Curriculum area-specific resources have been developed to support teachers implementing the curriculum, organised by 'Help me plan', 'Help me find a teaching resource' and 'Help me assess'.
For F–10 curriculum area advice to support remote learning, see Curriculum advice for remote and flexible learning for this curriculum area.
Overview of Drama
Learning in Drama involves students making, performing, analysing and responding, drawing on human experience as a source of ideas. Students engage with the knowledge of drama, developing skills, applying techniques and processes and using materials and technologies to explore a range of forms, styles and contexts.
Through Drama, students learn to reflect critically on their own experiences and responses and further their own aesthetic knowledge and preferences. They learn with growing sophistication to express and communicate experiences through and about drama.
Drama curriculum website can be accessed via the Victorian Curriculum F–10 website
To learn about key components of the Drama curriculum, view the presentation
Margaret Arnold, Drama Curriculum Manager
Phone (03) 9032 1681 or email the
Drama Curriculum Manager
Drama Australia is the national association for Drama educators and publish a range of resources and guidelines, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Guidelines for Drama/Theatre Education.
Drama Victoria is the peak body for Drama and Theatre Education in Victoria and is a not-for-profit organisation. Established in 1968, Drama Victoria is the oldest Drama teacher association in Australia.