Little Voices at Dolphin School
Book Before: Monday 29th April
And join us for our LAMDA exams at the end of June!
- Performing arts training of the highest standard
- For children aged Reception – Year 2 Students
- Exclusive to Dolphin School students
- Working towards LAMDA examinations
- 100% Pass Rate
- Building Confidence and Promoting social development
- Fun & Inspiring tuition taught in a safe and stimulating environment
To book your child onto our course this term simply complete the form below or email us: email@example.com , we will then be in touch to discuss our availability, confirm your child’s place and send you payment details.
Little Voices is an established company training children aged 4 – 7 years in Performing Arts preparing them for prestigious LAMDA Communication exams. We believe in gaining life skills to follow your dreams and that every child has something amazing to share! Our fun and inspiring drama lessons build children’s confidence and promote their development in a happy, positive, safe and stimulating environment.
Mini Voices lessons are for Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 students. Performing Arts training is delivered in small class sizes through fun and inspiring Drama lessons to build confidence and promote social development. Pupils will work towards an optional LAMDA communication examination at the end of June. This will involve the children performing a solo poem and talking about their show & tell.
Every Tuesday 3.05pm – 4.05pm
These lessons are exclusive to Dolphin School students and are charged at £16.00 per lesson.
Cost for the Summer Term: £128.00 for 8 weeks (to pay directly to Little Voices)
For more information contact Ashlea Pearson (Principal)
Call: 0208 088 0113
*Terms and Conditions apply. Parent or guardian MUST apply by filling in and submitting a an application form. This allows us to assess the different abilities of children, ages and friendships for the lesson. It in no way enrols your child into regular lessons. Little Voices will of course be in touch with you once receiving the application form.
What to tell your friends about Little Voices
Little Voices builds confidence and nurtures talent through inspirational education in music and drama for children aged 4-18. Our trained singing and drama tutors follow a LAMDA syllabus and teach in small class sizes of 8 children. We are passionate about helping all of our pupils reach their full potential and we take great care to get to know every child. It’s a wonderful caring environment where everyone gets a part and your child can make new friends and grow in confidence and develop so many important life skills such as posture, eye contact, good communication skills, handing nerves and most importantly, confidence.
Our tutors make learning fun…
At Little Voices we totally understand that if a pupil is enjoying their lesson, then they are much more likely to learn. We learn lots through games, and every single game has a reason and a purpose behind it. The more the children enjoy what they are doing the more they will learn.
Once children come to our centres they will be warmly welcomed into a small group of similar age/ability children. They may feel a little apprehensive but how they leave the teaching room will be different to when they first arrived. They will feel safe, they will have fun and they will experience an inspiring lesson with our tutors. Our tutors want the very best for your child; they want to get to know them, to make them feel included in the group dynamic as soon as possible and because our groups are so small our tutors know every child individually by name and what they are capable of. Our tutors are very passionate, highly motivated and genuinely care. They have a love and experience of the performing arts, they have high expectations and help your child to be the best that they can be. Often tutors have performed themselves as well has having teaching experience and this helps to inspire children, give them ideas and suggestions on how to access characters, their voice and reach their full potential.
No one forgets a great teacher…
When you went to school do you have a couple of teachers who stick out in your mind for being great teachers? If so, what made them so great? Was it the fact that they made every lesson boring and the same? Or was it the fact that the lessons were full of fun and inspiration? I’m going to guess the second one.
A good teacher is a teacher who uses lots of different resources and techniques to get the best out of their pupils. Someone who has the ability to inspire, listen to and encourage its pupils.
We only recruit great teachers. Our lessons are lessons of distinction, and in order to ensure that, we need to recruit tutors of distinction.
Who inspired you at school? And why? Why not ask your children the same, the answers really are priceless.
Would love to hear your answers!