PAA Acting Webinars – Sign up to our webinar and learn how to effectively engage your students using the brand new PAA Acting syllabus.

RSL Awards are pleased to announce the launch of their new PAA Acting syllabus. Running from Premiere – Grade 8, these graded exams are designed for individuals and small groups up to three, creating a great addition to your existing offer of Creative Arts qualifications.

We are running two PAA Acting webinars on Tuesday 18th May 2021 at 16:30 (BST) and Thursday 20th May 2021 at 10:00 (BST) where you will be able to find out more about the content; benchmarked assessment criteria; exam options and find out how this syllabus can work for you and your students.


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    PAA Acting develops candidates of all ages and levels, assessing a range of communication, interpretative and technical skills through practical assessment.

    PAA Acting’s flexible delivery approach gives teachers complete creative freedom to compile scenes from plays or anthologies, adapted excerpts from novels, or even original scenes written by the candidates themselves. These can be performed in an exam as monologue(s), duologue(s) or scenes for three.

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    RSL Awards are a leading global awarding body for qualifications and assessment across Music, Drama and Dance and provide valuable, academically-rigorous and relevant routes into the Creative Industry. Through our graded exams and vocational qualifications, we provide effective creative education solutions for teachers and students in schools, colleges and private delivery organisations across 50 countries and over 600 centres across the UK.