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September 23, 2021

DRAMA CLUB CANCELLED FOR THE 2021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR


Drama Club 2019 2020

Once again our Drama Club for Grades 3-6 are in full swing! The Grade 5 students will be starting Drama Club on Mondays. Students are expected to stay over the lunch hour and have lunch here. If your child is in Lunch Program, they will continue to eat there; students who normally go home for lunch, will eat in the Pit with Mrs. Klassen and Mrs. Groot. 

Grade 5 Drama Club: January 27th, February 3rd, 10th & 24th. 

Our Grade 6 Drama Club has also been meeting after school on Wednesdays. Students learn to create characters, work within a theme creating scenes and writing scripts. Each year, the Grade 6 Drama Club ends with a performance piece to show and share what they have learned. This is a big commitment for the students throughout the year, and they work very hard to perfect their acting prowess. The performance date will be held in April 2020. We are excited to see what the Grade 6 students come up with! 

Grade 6 Drama Club: January 8th, 15th, 22nd & 29th, February 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th, March 4th, 18th & 25th, April 8th.

Drama Club 2018 2019

We would like to thank the many families who came out to support this year's drama production titled, "Sometimes You Need a Little Magic". This year's drama club had the most students involved so far! Once again  a huge thank you goes out to our grade five stage managers and to Mrs. Groot and Mrs. Klassen for volunteering their time to work with the Drama Club. Since it's start in 2014, Mrs. Groot and Mrs. Klassen have been contributing their time every year. We highly recommend you check out the drama next year. You may be surprised to see some students come out of their shell and perform, but they also have a lot of fun! 

Drama Club 2017 2018

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GRADE SIX DRAMA CLUB 

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'SOLUTIONS NOT PROBLEMS'

We had a great response to the Drama Club with students wanting to be involved and learning about writing scripts and different acting techniques. This year we have had 29 students join up, not including our Grade 5 stage managers. Thanks to families and their generous donations, two $100.00 donations have been made to St. Amant in honour of two Tyndall Park families that share a connection with this centre.

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A pizza lunch will take place the next day for students involved! We look forward to seeing parents/guardians come out for an evening of entertainment, some laughs and suprising acting skills! Past reviews have highly recommended seeing performances! Once again, we would like to thank Ms. Klassen and Ms. Groot and their team of staff members for all their hard work and dedication and allowing students this fabulous opportunity!

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Grade 6 Drama 2016-2017

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Congratulations to the Grade 6 students for an excellent drama production entitled, 'Plugged In'. The drama written and performed entirely by the students, showcased the ups and downs of modern electronic technology. The drama production is part of the Language Arts and Social Studies learning goals for Grade 6. There are many people to thank for their hard work and talents contributed to the production, but a huge thank you goes to Mrs. Groot and especially to Mrs. Klassen who donated her time during her maternity leave and would often bring in her little one to rehearsals and for drama planning. Any donations taken at the door, will be used to help support Grade 6 extra curricular activities. We would also like to thank parents and guardians for their support by coming to the performances and by ensuring their child attended rehearsals. We are looking forward to seeing what next year's Grade 6 students will do! 




Grade 6 Drama Club

Our Grade 6 Drama Club welcomes families to it's production of 'Beginnings & Endings'. Please attend their performances on Wednesday, April 27th, at 1:15 pm or 7:00 pm. The performance has taken many hours of practice and preparation by the students and staff of Tyndall Park School. The drama production is part of the Language Arts and Social Studies learning goals for grade 6. Each character has been prepared by the students. We would like to thank Mrs. Klassen and Mrs. Groot for the hard work and dedication to once again volunteering their time to help the students shine during their performances!

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Grade 6 Drama Club

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"A different 

kind of war"

 

        This is war from a grade 6 point of view.

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None of us have had first hand experience with war except through media, school and our families.  We have compiled a series of scenes and dramatic reading to show our thoughts and understanding on this serious topic.  
As a group, we have been working since January to create this collaborative thematic piece.

The cost for admission is on a donation basis but we are asking for a minimum of $1.00 per person.  The proceeds of our performances will be donated to the Brooklands and Weston Branch, Royal Canadian Legion.

We hope to see you there!  
Thank you for supporting our creativity.
             

Tuesday, April 29,2014, 7:00 p.m.

Wednesday April 30, 2014, 10:00 a.m.

Thursday May 1, 2014, 7:00 p.m.


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