We are so excited to welcome everyone back safely this coming Easter holiday!
Now MORE THAN EVER it is so important that children have access to performing arts to help their development and for their mental well-being.
Our camps are a great opportunity for children aged 5 – 11 years to build in confidence and make new friends, allowing every child the chance to shine through singing, drama and dance – building skills for life!
We will work with everyone towards a performance which will be filmed on the last day of the camp and sent out to everyone to watch back with friends and family afterwards!
For children aged 5 – 11 years
Learn an entire script in 4 days
Be part of an end of week performance
Singing, Drama and Dance!
Team building skills
Includes a FREE inclusive video of the final performance
Monday 12th – Thursday 15th April
9am – 3.30pm each day
PUTNEY: St Mary’s Church, Putney High Street, SW15 1SN (just by Putney Bridge)
RICHMOND: Christs School, Queens Road, TW10 6HW
Cost: £230.00 (£10 off for Little Voices pupils)
KEEPING COVID SAFE
Our friendly team of tutors will ensure every day is packed with lots of laughs, fun, drama, singing and performing allowing everyone to build in confidence whilst fully adhering to government guidelines. Our group sizes will be capped at 15 and we will be spending a lot more time outdoors; so we ask children wear suitable clothing for this!
Rest assured, that if we have to cancel a camp refunds will be given in full. And if your child can no longer attend a camp because of COVID we will offer you a full refund or will refund for the days your child can no longer attend.
Little Voices has been THE half term/summer favourite. Every time I make other suggestions, to help give my daughter a variety of different things to do, we always land back to Little Voices. She’s smitten. It’s her absolutely favourite and theatre week is requested every holiday. She wholeheartedly loves this creative nugget. What gets me is how these kids, dress up, prepare a stage set, learn a script and loads of songs within only four days. So committed. I was so proud of her and the Little Voices team for the great show they put on. Thanks Little Voices for setting up and providing us with this creative wonderfulness.
Shura Castellvi-Kellhofer, Mum of AmelieParent
*We are working closely with our outstanding school partners and venues to ensure that the facilities and programmes meet all the requirements of the Department for Education and Public Health England. Some plans may change as guidance evolves, ensuring that we are doing all we can to keep everyone safe whilst offering an outstanding service to all parents and children. If a child comes down with COVID symptoms and cannot attend our camp we will offer a full refund or will refund for the days they can no longer attend. Anyone displaying Coronavirus symptoms will be required not to come to our camp until they have met the self-isolation or testing requirements. All Little Voices tutors are fully enhanced DBS checked and hold Level 3 First Aid Paediatric Training. Prices may vary. Subject to application and consent for your child to be filmed for the final performance.
Little Voices LAMDA After School Clubs Have Continued Online
Little Voices is living and breathing positivity – as a provider and educator of LAMDA, Singing and Drama tuition for children aged 4 – 18 years. Little Voices have moved their lessons online and have made it their duty to make sure their pupils and parents have peace of mind that their after school classes would be able to continue – spreading love, care, fun and learning at such un precedented times.
Little Voices work closely with schools including; St Pauls Barnes, St James Prep, Old Vicarage, Dolphin School, The Roche, Unicorn School, Chiswick and Bedford Park, Oasis Putney and St Johns Walham Green Primary School providing more than 300 children across South West London with after school Drama and Singing lessons of distinction preparing children for yearly LAMDA exam awards.
Luckily, over half of Little Voices pupils took their exams before the schools began to close due to COVID 19. Little Voices are currently celebrating the news that all children who took part in the exams gained Merits and Distinctions! The news was warmly welcomed and appreciated from many parents and Little Voices students who are currently at home due to lock down.
Sadly not all other after schools clubs have been able to continue and run online. Little Voices have managed to accomplish a great deal by moving their lessons and large number of classes online with great support from their parents and head teachers at the schools they work with.
They teach in small groups of up to eight pupils, so they can bring everyone together online to see each other, for short bursts of online interactive lessons along with their teacher ‘keeping calm and carrying on’.
To find out more about Little Voices contact principal Ashlea Pearson on: 0208 088 0113 or email her: email@example.com.
Term Dates 2019/2020 & LAMDA Exam Date
Friday 4th October – Friday 6th December (8 weeks)
Half Term: Monday 14th October – Friday 25th October (2 weeks)
Friday 10th January – Friday 27th March (11 weeks)
Half Term: Monday 17th – Friday 21st February (1 week)
LAMDA EXAM DATE: Saturday 21st March
Friday 24th April – Friday 3rd July (9 weeks)
Bank Holiday: Friday 8th May
Half Term: Monday 25th May – Friday 29th May (1 week)
Little Voices LAMDA Drama Lessons at Christs School
ENROLLING NOW WITH FREE TRIALS
Performing arts training of the highest standard
For Year 7 – Year 11 Students
Exclusive to Christs School students
Working towards LAMDA examinations
100% Pass Rate
Fun & Inspiring technique filled lessons
Small class sizes
Little Voices provide Drama lessons of Distinction preparing students for prestigious LAMDA Acting examinations at the end of the academic year. Little Voices pass rate is exemplary with 100% of their students gaining either Merit or Distinction grades. These qualifications are recognised internationally and the higher grades allow pupils to gain UCAS points for university entry.
Lessons are open to all students from Year 7 – Year 11 and provide an additional after school activity option for those students that enjoy drama, are in need of confidence building or simply want to enhance their CV for college and university applications (no previous experience is required).ce i]s required).
Lessons take place in the drama studio and drama hall and are exclusive to Christs School students . Lessons are charged at £9.00 per lesson – running to school term time (Autumn term starts from Monday 16th September).
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Monday 3.45pm – 4.45pm (Year 7 & Year 8)
Tuesday 3.15pm – 4.15pm (Year 9 – Year 11)
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To book your child to attend a FREE TRIAL with us in September simply complete the form below, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 0208 088 0113 and we will then be in touch arrange the trial.
*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.
We are enrolling NOW for our LAMDA Semester!
Would you like your child to build in confidence?
Learn lots of new drama and singing skills?
AND end the school year on a high with a LAMDA exam under their belt?!
To celebrate the start of our LAMDA exam semester starting from this March – July we would love to invite your child along to attend a free trial at one of our lessons across; Putney, Fulham or Richmond.
Our Drama and Singing lessons of Distinction are for children aged 4-13 years and is based on a unique framework of lessons that prepare children for prestigious examinations with the London Academy of Music and Drama (LAMDA). These qualifications are recognised internationally and the higher grades allow pupils to gain UCAS points for university entry. As LAMDA’s second biggest customer globally we pride ourselves on our 100% examination pass rate.
BUT our main goal.. is to equip a child to be the best that they can be in all areas of their life!
We nurture their talent and build their confidence equipping them with skills for life. Our lessons are an accessible activity for all young people not just for the theatrically talented few.
Anna loves Little Voices, and comes out bouncing every week. The teachers are fantastic, very professional, and really connect with the children, I have huge respect for what they do, and Anna’s confidence has grown enormously. The focus on skills and improvement is very high, but the main thing is that it’s really good fun. The small group size means the children build strong relationships with their teacher and each other.
My daughter has attended ‘Little Voices’ for four years now. She originally attended a workshop over the school holidays, and she enjoyed it so much that she asked to attend the weekly after school classes! My daughter came to ‘Little voices’ with confidence, but lacking in patience, together they over came this hurdle. She has come along in Leaps and Bounds, especially with her singing. She has learnt that there are many different ways to convey a message, though words, expression, actions and tone. The lessons are perfectly are structured working L.A.M.D.A exams. The principal, Ashlea, is brilliant, she is fantastic with the children, incredibly organised, and has a lot of good feedback for everyone. I believe its money well spent, my daughter absolutely loves going and I would definitely recommend ‘Little Voices’!
You and your child’s sparkly New Year’s Resolution…
As adults we all have to ‘perform’ and present in our lives often not through choice and it may not come naturally. This could be such a difference experience, a positive one, if as a child the foundations are laid. So many adults now talk about experiences in school choirs and in public performances that haunt them for the rest of their lives. It could all have been so different.
At an early age and throughout primary school children are forming their views on the world and their comfort zones. One awful experience on the nativity stage can have a lasting and damaging effect. However, a positive experience could set them up to shape their future.
Wouldn’t you prefer to give them the mechanisms and skills to handle public performances and presentations so that they have the foundations to cope with whatever happens in performance in front of lots of people. Would you like to be comfortable in the knowledge that your child has the skills for life to handle any moment that they are in spotlight! Helping a child to flourish and push their comfort zones to find the magic is what we do at Little Voices.
Drama and singing training is fun but it is not just there to nurture the talents of those wishing to pursue a life on the stage. Some organisations are about the talented few and creating a triple threat (a dancing, acting and singing superstar) set to take the West End Stage by storm however Little Voices exists to give EVERY child the confidence to be the best that they can be. Yes we have taught West End success stories but this happens for a small minority of children/adults. Little Voices believes that every child has something special to share and that life skills such as confidence, good eye contact, excellent posture, creating a good first impression, handlingand self-belief are crucial to success in any walk of life; be it a solicitor, a shop assistant, a dentist or a doctor…the list is endless.
SO, give your child or a child that you know the chance to shine this Christmas and find a Little Voices lesson near to you! Make it your New Year’s resolution to ensure that your children have the right tools for next year’s Christmas nativity!
For more information contact Ashlea Pearson (Principal)
Fiona trained at the Guildford School of Acting. She has worked in the musical theatre industry for some years enjoying a lot of success working on musicals such as; Sunset Boulevard, The Sound of Music, Sweeney Todd & many more.
Her passion for teaching is something she has always incorporated into her life. Her experience is vast and very fruitful. She has managed schools & worked with students with intellectual & physical disabilities as well as teaching musical theatre to adults. But in the main, Fiona enjoys working with young children and developing their confidence. Helping them to express themselves and find self belief in themselves. This, she believes, is at the heart of her ethos for teaching. She’s loves teaches our Little Voices students and is an inspirational tutor!
The Benefits OF LAMDA Exams are Endless!
LAMDA exams boost a child’s CV from a young age, their exams are supported by OFQUAL and are QCA accredited which attract UCAS points for college and university applications. As one of LAMDA’s biggest customers globally we cannot express the many benefits LAMDA exams have to offer;
Improve over all confidence
Speaking and listening
Read easily, fluently and with good understanding
Expand vocabulary to improve powers of self-expression
Improve confidence in speaking and listening
Memorise and recall information
Engage in constructive informal conversation
Work both on his/her own and participate as a member of a team
Every child will at some point need to go for an interview, every child will present themselves in a speech or project presentation situation, every child needs to have the skills to communicate effectively, the ability to work with others and have strategies to handle nerves, anxiety and challenging situations. Little Voices gives these key life skills and many more in abundance through our drama and singing lessons.
Little Voicesis an established company training children aged 4 – 7 years in Performing Arts. Our unique framework of lessons combine both Drama and Singing building children’s confidence, while working specifically towards yearly performances and highly accredited LAMDA Musical Theatre, Acting and Communication Examinations.
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 and Singing lessons to build confidence and promote social development. Pupils work towards a LAMDA communication examination.
Every Tuesday 3.05pm – 4.05pm
These lessons are exclusive to Swaffield School students and are charged at £8 per lesson.
Cost for the Summer Term: £80.00 for 10 weeks (to pay directly to Little Voices)
*Terms and Conditions apply. Parent or guardian MUST apply by filling in and submitting a Free Trial Lesson Form – click here to apply. 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 South West London – Exam Success!
We are celebrating great LAMDA exam results!
In July (in the scorching summer weather), 200 of our students aged 4 – 13 years took exams with over 98% achieving a distinctions and merits, and yet again, we have maintained our 100% pass rate.
We are super proud of every single one of our students.