Dramatherapist is winning career for The Dixie Grammar School

Health Education England (HEE) is delighted to announce that students from The Dixie Grammar School are the Midlands winners of the Step into the NHS national schools’ competition.

Students Rebecca Smart, Georgia Hancock, Eleanor Partridge and Hettie Williams impressed the judges with their entry to promote the role of a dramatherapist to their peers. The girls created a moving video which allowed students to better understand what a dramatherapist does on a day-to-day basis. Now in its eighth year, the competition attracted numerous entries from up and down the country and more than 3,000 students got involved.

Mrs Banton from The Dixie Grammar School, said: “We are thrilled that our students have won this important prize. This competition has proven to be a valuable classroom tool, engaging students with the workings of the health service and the different career options available to them. The hard work and effort invested in their project reflects their commitment and dedication.”

Their winning video is available through the link below.