Days: Wednesday, Friday
Times: 5.00 - 6.30
LAMDA – ACTING – DANCING – SINGING
Let us build your Childs confidence! Our classes promise to be the most fun your children will have all week!!
Students will spend 40 minutes working on a Music Theatre international musical., have a 10-minute snack break then work on their solo LAMDA examinations in speech or singing. Classes are strictly limited to 10 students. All of our themes and scripts are carefully selected to support the national curriculum. SMSC (spiritual, moral, social and cultural development) Is a new area to Ofsted that we support in our classes.
Show work –
Developed by renowned educators and designed to be perfect musical theatre productions for children and teenagers alike. The music is written in keys that are appropriate for developing voices and we ensure everyone gets a part with plenty of lines. Our previous MTI shows include Aladdin, Aristocats, Jungle Book, Les Miserables, Beauty and the Beast, Into the Woods and Annie. All children receive a real script from MTI that has everything the children need to work on their performances at home between classes.
LAMDA exam work –
The process of preparing for and succeeding in a LAMDA Examination helps Learners, whatever their ages or aspirations, to develop a broad range of skills that will serve them throughout life. Our examinations develop a Learner’s ability to:
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
research and create persuasive formal presentations
create and defend arguments
engage in constructive informal conversation
work both on their own and participate as a member of a team
No matter what direction Learners choose to follow in the future, our examinations provide the opportunity to nurture their natural abilities. These critical skills will enhance their self-confidence to engage and contribute fully, whether at school, in further education, at work or in the community. In other words, to fulfil their potential.