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Communication

Communication is at the heart of all human relationships

Our weekly sessions work on this vital skill using performing arts-based games and exercises.

In our classes for 4-7s, the Listen, Speak & Sing section concentrates on learning specially-composed songs, tongue-twisters and raps. Fun, modern words and a humorous approach means this section is ideal for boosting children's confidence and communication skills - establishing focus and giving shy children a chance to shine.

Articulation, dynamics and clarity are at the heart of our curriculum for 7-12s. These skills are essential for good communication and give children confidence in social situations or when reading aloud.

Louie LOVES Perform. He hated the idea and cried before the first session, he came out very happy and excited! I'm sure this is down to Rebecca!!!! All positive.

– Mrs Nicola Cossins

I am astounded at the amount of energy David and Molly both have each week. Their stamina and enthusiasm engage the children from beginning to end.

– Mrs Jenny Salariya

What can I say? Rhia invited Ellie to join perform after doing a birthday party for her older sister. Ellie has had to overcome a lot of health challenges in her short life and as a result, has been fairly isolated and not able to attend mainstream nursey like her friends. Rhia took the time to fully understand Ellie's issues and takes the time to check Ellie is ok regularly through the class. Ellie loves both Meghan and Rhia and in doing this, it's helping build her confidence and allowing her to mix with others - thank you.

– Ms Kate Henahan-Sykes

Matt and Becky are amazing ambassadors for Perform ....the security they provide around the room and the quality of teaching is outstanding. A complete privilege that Sophia's little life is being influenced by such special people. Thank you.

– Ms Anna Mcnally

Lucy is great. Full of enthusiasm and a desire to please both children and parents alike.

– Mrs Lucy O'Neil

Gemma is brilliant, she has been amazing with Neve and her brother Luke who has been attending for 2 years. Can't praise her enough!

– Tanya McDermott

It's brilliant. Karen is a sensational teacher - you should clone her. Her enthusiasm is second to none. She is perfect and we are very lucky that we have her. She deserves an award for energizing the kids and being brilliant. Sam loves her and so did Jack.

– Sally Dalton

I've seen Allison performing in one of the schools. She was amazing with the kids- fun, enthusiastic and managed to keep the whole class under control for 60 mins!! I work with children myself and recommend Perform to all parents I know. The mums who decided to try Perform are very happy.

– Kasia

Charlotte and Georgia are super - really professional and a credit to Perform.

– Judy Pope

Clearly contact with parents is built into the Perform structure, but Melissa's kindness and enthusiasm has been amazing. Melissa has been so helpful, offering great advice and being on hand to reassure Viva (and me!). I could not have asked for a better response

– Farrella Dove

The teachers are absolutely brilliant

– Connie

Both my boys absolutely love their Perform teachers and were particularly excited to have a male teacher! We couldn't be happier.

– Clare Dando

The teachers are very enthusiastic which makes it fun for the children. We decided to sign Esme up to Perform to help improve her confidence and encourage her to speak up in a crowd. I was really pleased to hear feedback today that she had said her lines very loudly.

– Claire Walker

Vicky and Emily both seem to really engage with both my children and make them both feel important. Building their confidence and improving their skills.

– Cara Weatherley

I cannot praise highly enough the enthusiasm Karen and Annie have in the class, which makes for a thoroughly enjoyable and really fun Sunday morning for our Ava!

– Azza Poole

I'm so impressed with Perform & especially Oli & Sophie who have the children completely captivated, engaged, happy, interacting, confident....just magnificent.

– Andrea Jenkinson