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The first week of our remote learning timetable is over and we have been overwhelmed with positive feedback! A huge well done to staff for making virtual learning possible and to the students for their dedication and positive attitudes along the way! #SeeYouOnline #CAPACollegeFam hours ago 3
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Happy World Theatre Day from CAPA College! Throughout the years we have staged performances of We Will Rock You, Cabaret, Les Misérables, West Side Story and Sweeney Tod... plus many more! Which is your favourite? 🎭#WorldTheatreDay hours ago 5
CAPA College's remote learning timetable has been jam-packed with everything from theory work and insanity workouts to singing core and commercial classes this week! Here is Tom teaching a LIVE ballet class whilst students receive real-time feedback on their technique! days ago 3
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It is brilliant to see so many CAPA College students enjoying their remote learning timetables!💛💃 #KeepDancing #RemoteLearning days ago 1
Today we have officially begun the CAPA College remote learning timetable! It was AMAZING to have an online meeting between over 200 students and staff! Here is our very own Keith Luke Gillott preparing for his urban class.🌟 #DanceInIsolation #SeeYouOnline days ago 9
CAPA College students might not be in the dance studios this week but that doesn't mean that they won't be dancing at home! We can't wait to begin our new CAPA College remote learning timetable from tomorrow. 🕺 #StaySafe #KeepDancing days ago 2
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CAPA College’s Drama Festival 2020 sees students shine over four performances 

The 24th February saw the start of the CAPA College Drama Festival 2020 showcasing the A Level drama performance exams. The event ran over four nights with a jam-packed programme of 16 plays being performed spectacularly by students! 

CAPA College is a DFE-Funded Frees School which provides students with intensive fulltime practical training alongside the rigour of academic Arts study, with students gaining the equivalent to four A Levels. This combination of professional training and academia ensures that students develop the skills, training, experience, knowledge, understanding and qualifications to progress to higher education.  

The Drama Festival saw year two Drama and Musical Theatre pathways perform to audiences along with an external examiner, with students confidently tackling themes from family conflict to workplace dramas and bereavement. Each performance was done with the greatest levels of maturity and professionalism, displaying the students incredible acting skills.  

Katy Dartsch, Pathway Leader for Drama at CAPA College says, We are so proud of all of the students who were involved in the exams. The fantastic collaboration between students from the Musical Theatre, Drama and Production Arts curriculum pathways resulted in some absolutely incredible performances. The progress that has been made since first year was just staggering. Well done everyone!” 

With the support and guidance from the first-class drama faculty at CAPA College, the students developed their acting into polished plays with performances ranging from poignant and moving to light-hearted and funny. Each play used props and lighting to create spell-binding performances – A huge thank you to the Production & Media pathway for setting each play so wonderfully! 

Thank you to everyone that came to support the Drama Festival 2020 and a huge well done to all the students involved for all your extremely hard work, it was definitely worth it. 

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