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by Les Enfants Terribles

Write Your Own Design Scheme of Work

From Costume and Lighting to Sound and Make-Up – Elements of Design are at the heart of all our work.

Using direct examples from our productions, you and your students can learn about and explore all areas of theatre design.

Watch our recent webinar on how best to Write Your Own Design Scheme of Work and then delve into each area with our resources in The Curiosity Index below.

Have a question?

We love hearing how you’re using The Curiosity Index and our work in the classroom.

We’re on hand to answer any questions so please drop us an email at the address below – we’re here to help!

education@lesenfantsterribles.co.uk

Write Your Own Design SOW Webinar

Write Your Own Design Scheme of Work with this webinar from Les Enfants Terribles’ Education Officer – Sinead O’Callaghan.

Watch the video.

Download and use the accompanying FREE resources

Take a look at all our accompanying resources to help you write your own design scheme of work.

Below you’ll find documents to explore Scope & Sequence, Vocabulary and Terminology Cards, plus an editable Medium Term Plan Template.

On The Curiosity Index, you’ll also find hundreds of images, set designs, costume designs, sketches and more (including the Running Theme Song from The House With Chicken Legs) to help you and your students explore our productions further.

See all our FREE resources.

Running Theme Song

The Running Theme from Les Enfants Terribles’ 2022 production of The House With Chicken Legs at HOME Manchester.

View Resource.

Scope and Sequence

Download this resource to explore Scope & Sequence including Artistic, Artistic & Technical and Technical. With direct curriculum links to AO1, AO2, AO3 & AO4.

View Resource.

Editable Medium Term Plan Template

Download this editable template with areas for lesson ideas, preparation and wider priorities.

View Resource.

Want to explore design further with your students?

We offer a range of in-school workshops to help you and your students explore Elements of Design in more depth.

See all our workshops in the link below, or please get in touch (education@lesenfantsterribles.co.uk) to discuss a bespoke workshop for your students.

See all our Educational Workshops.

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