Schools can register individual students in one of the following divisions – Junior (Years 5 and 6), Middle (Years 7 to 9) and Senior (Years 10 to 12).
In Scenario Performance, students choose the FPS annual topic that interests them to make a prediction of the future (20-30 years from now) and perform as though the future were the present. Futuristic concepts and trends are incorporated into the story, but a specific date is not required.
Scenario Performance encourages students to enlarge ideas, enrich personal style, and predict accurate images of the future. The Performance is not written out in full; it is “told,” and should be more “natural” and “spontaneous” in nature. Whether presented for the camera or in front of a live audience, Performances should be creative and entertaining.
Scenario Performances emphasise the story itself and the characters within the scenario. Well-developed, engaging characters, intriguing plot lines, and captivating settings make for exemplary Performances. The ability to sing, dance, or act is more appropriately employed in the theatre or drama club than in a Scenario Performance.