From their earliest days at Trevor-Roberts, children are encouraged to speak and perform in front of their peers and adults, reading or reciting poetry both classical and modern in the two assemblies.
Under the direction of the English teacher, each form puts on two major dramatic productions during the school year. This allows every child to work co-operatively with their peers, exploring character and action.
Each pupil’s talent is recognised and acknowledged. The confidence this brings fuels academic progress: pupils discover that what they can achieve on the stage, they can also achieve on the page.