We provide creative and performing arts sessions as an enrichment subject to be included within your timetable.
So, why wait until your year 6 production to introduce performing arts?
In this current climate paying attention to the socialisation and holistic support of child development is crucial, and adding our creativity to your timetable can fulfil this and compliment the rest of the curriculum.
Classes are tailored to meet the needs and abilities of the individual students within the group, and can be prepared to fit alongside literally any learning topic/subject the teachers are focussing on.
We often link our sessions to subjects that cover the national curriculum; For example if you are studying Victorians we would teach extracts and dance routines from the Musical Oliver Twist. Or maybe you are studying Africa; then we would focus on routines and songs from musicals such as The Lion King. We make and supply costumes to enhance their creativity and regularly organise a performance for friends and family at the end of the half term sessions.
Teaching through music, movement and art has been found to produce outstanding results, both in improving the confidence and social skills of children, and in supporting their academic attainment.
Our classes have been highly successful and often help children reach targets they have struggled to meet in other areas of the curriculum.
We teach the students to express themselves and offer the perfect outlet for imagination and emotion which can help clear the mind of anxiety and worries and lead to an all round happy student.
We are currently expanding our work and looking to provide more creative classes in school settings. If this is something that you may be interested in, would like more information, or have any questions at all, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
If having us attend weekly is not an option at the moment we also offer one off Enrichment days and CPD.
Our Continued Professional Development Training day covers all the basics and help enhance your teachers understanding and execution of the Performing Arts.
Our training day includes:
- How to warm up sufficiently
- Vocal exercises
- Drama games
- Basic dance moves
- Patterns and Formations
- Lesson finishers
- How to cool down and stretch effectively.
The performing arts have been proven to be one of the top motivators for children in learning environments. Encouraging your teachers to deliver fun sessions in a positive way will in turn, get them to connect with the children and help them develop physically, mentally, emotionally, and socially.
You can opt for:
- Weekly creative arts classes.
- Weekly performing arts classes.
- One off performing arts enrichment days.
- Continued professional development in performing arts.
- Continued professional development in SEN Music and movement.