I’m gathering together links to websites which help with teaching drama online. Please let me know of any you would like to add.

Explore More: Where stories and adventures spark curiosity and inspire deep thinking through play.
Explore More allows children of all ages to work and have fun together. They delve into stimulating, fictional worlds taking on empowering challenges to become the ‘expert’ in the story, solving problems as it unfolds in their own space and time. Explore More Stories are created by education professionals inspired by the wonder and curiosity of young people.

Kneehigh WIndow to the World: The brilliant Kneehigh Theatre Company will be ‘setting you some bonkers and brilliant creative challenges over the next few weeks’. Have a look at this lively and regularly updated YouTube Playlist.

Prospero was created by C&T, a theatre company with a special interest in how drama, learning and technology can be brought together. In response to the current crisis, the company are:

  1. Making free resources available to schools and universities; home learners and teachers.
  2. Supporting artists, teachers, voluntary groups and charities to use Prospero to enable them to maintain their work with often vulnerable.
  3. Offering discounted Individual subscriptions to teachers, so they can use the platform cheaply and effectively with their cohort of students.

Time2Shine Ellie Clarke is posting video tutorials on a special page at her Drama School website, on poetry, movement and vocal skills to help students in isolation.