Classes at Spotlight Drama
Weekly group drama classes:
There are 8 lessons per term.
Venue: Moth Hall, Children’s Way, Bergvliet
Group 1: 4pm - 5pm (grades1-3)
Group 3: 5pm - 6pm (grades 4-6)
Group 2: 4pm - 5pm (grades 5-6)
Group 4: 6pm - 7pm (grades 9-12)
Contact Debbie: 083 308 6283
Venue: Cub Hall, Newlands
Group 1: 4pm - 5pm (grades 1-4)
Group 2: 5pm - 6pm (grades 5-7)
Contact Laurie: 079 213 5029
Micklefield School Classes:
Venue: School Hall
(Starting and ending 15 minutes later in terms 2 and 3)
Group 1: 2:45pm - 3:45pm (grades 3-5)
Group 2: 3:45pm - 4:45pm (grades 6-7)
Kirstenhof Primary School Classes:
Venue: School Hall
Group 1: 2:40pm - 3:30pm (grade 3-6)
Group 1: 1:20pm - 2:00pm (grade 1)
Group 2: 2:00pm - 2:40pm (grade 2)
Group 3: 2:40pm - 3:30pm (grades 3-6)
Auburn House Classes:
Venue: Music Room
Group 1: 2:30pm - 3:30pm (all ages)
Oakley House Classes:
During school time
Venue: To be advised
Group 1: 5:30pm - 6:30pm (grades 8-11)
Extra Subject Drama: Grades 10 in the afternoons for 2 hours
A drama Eisteddfod is held in June every year. Spotlight trains those who would like to enter as an individual, pairs or in groups.
Students attend an additional lesson from March – June.
Entries are decided on an annual basis with each group.
Bergvliet Eisteddfod Class times:
Mondays: 6 - 7pm
Wednesdays: 7 - 8pm
Trinity Exam Training:
Students may also be trained to take the Trinity College Speech and Drama Grade exams: (Grade1-8)
These are internationally recognised and are an indication as to the level the student has attained in performance drama and are advantageous when applying for tertiary positions.
Classes are held from over two semesters for seniors and one semester for intermediates and juniors (times to be advised)
Jns: level/grade 1-3 - Wednesday: 4-5pm
Int: level/grades 4-5 - Mondays: 6-7pm
Snrs: level/grades 6-8 - Wednesdays: 7-8pm
Jns: level/grade 1-3 and Int: level/grades 4-5 - Thursdays: 4-5pm
An additional entrance Exam fee is payable to the Trinity College (see their website for details).
In 2019 there were 21 entries and all achieved either merit or distinctions with two students making the Trinity Honours list for achieving 90%+.