Little Voices Lessons at The Chiswick & Bedford Prep School

ENROLLING NOW FOR SEPTEMBER!

Book Before: Friday 12th July

 

 

  • Drama lessons of Distinction
  • For children aged 4 -11 years
  • Exclusive to ‘The Chiswick & Bedford Preparatory 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 next term simply complete the form below or email us: swl@littlevoices.org.uk or call: 0208 088 0113, 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 – 11 years in Performing Arts preparing them for prestigious LAMDA Communication and Acting 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. The examinations are nothing to worry about and are a super, positive end of year achievement for every child to work towards!

 

Mini Voices lessons are for Key Stage 1 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 the academic year. This will involve the children performing a solo poem recital and talking about a show & tell.

Every Monday 3.15pm – 4pm, £12.00 per lesson

 

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Little Voices lessons are for Key Stage 2 students. Performing Arts training is delivered through technique filled fun and inspiring Drama lessons to build confidence, promote development and learn lots of drama skills including; good posture, articulation, projection, clarity and diction. Pupils will work towards an optional LAMDA acting examination at the end of the academic year.

Every Monday 4.15pm – 5.15pm, £14.00 per lesson

 

 

Places for September will be running on a first come, first save basis to guarantee a place

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Book Before: Friday 12th July

 

 

 

 

*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.

The benefits of group exams

 

 

For generations LAMDA was renowned for its individual Acting examinations however the group exams have a multitude of benefits that cannot and should not be overlooked. They allow every child to shine, every child to play to their strengths and use their individual vocal and dramatic talents within the group piece. They are marked as a group. This is fundamental……..the success of any project is always a team effort and not individual performances. The Olympic cyclists and rowers and athletes pull together as a team and medals are won for Great Britain as a whole. Yes individual performances stand out but it is how the team works together that counts. It is the same on the West End stage. A review is written about the entire cast, the group together, this is theatre! TRUE Theatre. There will be individual star performances but it is a group, team, effort that attracts success. That involves not just the performers but the entire technical team and production teams too!

If you are going to follow a career on the stage you very rarely work ALONE – in fact you don’t. Even a one woman show makes demands that you work with others in the theatre; the director, the stage manager, the crew! Sometimes things go wrong and it is how the team works together that enables the show to go on. 

At Little Voices we are committed to building fundamental life skills in children and young people. Techniques and behaviours that will set children up for life…….of course this is inbuilt into singing and drama lessons in the most fun and highly structured way possible! However all of these skills are easily transferred into life in general and a career path into the arts!

We all have to work as part of a team within our job roles in later life and learning to work as part of a cast in a piece of Musical Theatre for a group examination really does teach the fundamental life skills of teamwork and playing to your strengths, being reliable and supporting each other.

Individual exams have their very important place but when weighing up the benefits the group exams have all the elements of solo exams and for children aged up to 13 years they provide a fantastic examination foundation in musical theatre or acting.