Let's Act Participation Guidelines

Let's Act Participation Guidelines

 

REGISTRATION

Teachers enrol via the registration form on the CaSPA website to indicate participation and number of students attending.

Let's Act 2018 is a NESA approved course. Teachers who wish to attain accreditation for participation in this event must register separately via PHRIS/ELM. Course code: 2000-4851

NUMBERS AND ABILITY

Schools may nominate up to 10 students to attend. The age range for this event is from Year 5 and above. Students do not need to have had Drama experience, however, the day targets those students who are keen to learn skills they can use in class to create their own drama piece.

PREPARATION

Once registered, each school will be given instructions on how to access the “Let’s ACT” stimulus documents online via CaSPA Resources. Schools can “Meet the Director” on the website who will familiarise them with the context of the work and what they need to do to prepare for the day.

ARRIVAL

Access to the venue is via the Neich Parade entrance only.

‘Let’s ACT’ will be commencing promptly at 9.15am so we ask that all schools make the necessary travel arrangements to be present at the venue by 9am.

DRESS

Students should come attired in sensible and comfortable clothing. School sports uniform or Drama “blacks” are ideal.

FOOD/DRINKS

Students should bring sufficient food and water for the day, as they will not have access to the SCCVC Canteen. Teachers will be able to order their lunch from the school canteen prior to 9:30am. Food can only be consumed during the breaks in the courtyard outside the SCCVC Theatre.

TOILETS

Students will have access to the SCCVC toilets in the main courtyard. Students who need to leave the theatre at any time are asked to do so in pairs.

DUTY OF CARE

Schools must provide adequate teacher supervision for the number of students participating.  Supervising teachers must also have immediate access to student emergency contact details on the day and any emergency response plans for acute medical conditions.

 

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