Drama Scholars are the flag-bearers of the department within the student body. As a Drama Scholar, the individual will be brave and confident in her public persona, demonstrating skill and creativity in lessons and beyond. The Drama Scholar will be a supportive student, both in class and in the extra-curricular pursuits of the department. She will empower her peers and younger students, inspiring those around her to excel as she does.
Drama scholar responsibilities
How To Apply — 11+
Applicants and parents should provide the following for 2021
Other Important Information
Qualifications such as LAMDA, Trinity, ABRSM and so forth are useful but not necessary in order to be awarded the scholarship. However, parents may wish to include this information and must provide copies of any certificates for the relevant qualifications, board and grade.
Information about the Workshop Stage of the process:
It is hoped that we will be able to return to the workshop part of the process this year.
Everyone who meets the minimum criteria will be invited to attend an hour-long workshop at the School.
The Second Stage – Monologue Performance
The script extract of a monologue that the candidate will perform should they be asked to audition for the scholarship. This extract must adhere to the following criteria:
If you are stuck for ideas, try some of the following suggestions:
The Audition Process
The deadline for specialist scholarships is Friday 12th November 2021. Successful candidates will be invited to The Drama Scholarship assessment which will be held on Thursday 2nd December (TBC). Candidates will be sent confirmation once the application deadline has passed.
We ask all Sixth Form candidates to choose their own monologue of 2-3 minutes in length that they feel showcases their strengths.
External candidates should also submit evidence/details of the following: