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Perform Bursary Scheme

The Perform Bursary Fund is an independent not-for-profit scheme founded and run by local Perform parents. The scheme offers selected children free places at their local Perform school where a unique mix of drama, dance and singing is used to help develop their social skills and bring out their true potential.

The Scheme aims to provide up to 40 new full annual bursary places each term - i.e. 120 per year. We are currently inviting applications from the parents/ carers of 4-7 and 7-12 year old children who would benefit from the classes but are prevented from attending by financial constraints. In particular children from disadvantaged backgrounds who are either: 

  • shy and unconfident
  • confident but unfocused
  • gifted and talented in the performing arts.

Please click for more information on the Scheme's background, values and aims, priorities and delivery considerations or monitoring and evaluation practices.

Bursary application forms can be downloaded here

Applications are now being accepted for the Autumn 2022 term with the deadline of Friday 1st July.

 

Lucy Quick - Principal

Keeva really loves the sessions and we can really see her confidence growing!

– Mr Steven Heyburn

Gabriella was really nervous coming to Perform but the team are so reassuring and supportive that she’s now asking for extra lines!

– Mrs L Macho

Stella’s confidence is growing week by week thanks to Lewis and Holly at Perform. I’ve been very impressed.

– Mrs Lucy Burns

Sian is a different child since joining Perform. For quite some time, her confidence and self esteem were low. It was a battle to get her to try anything new. We have all seen an amazing difference with Sian. She is enthusiastic, energetic, and most important to us 'happy.' 

– Mrs Linda Coker

I really like the different aspects of the classes, Eva has always been confident but can struggle with expressing herself so its been nice to work on this in different ways including working with others

– Mrs Suzanne Crane

Louisa is a shy child and she is very much enjoying Perform. It does not overwhelm her and she can be herself.

– Ms Hayley Bowman

Ben is quite happy to come to Perform. I like that the parents are briefed on what was covered in the class as it helps me to ask him questions on how he enjoyed the class.

– Ms Ije Nwosu

I love the way that they respond to Leo's specific needs and encourage him to speak out, to move and dance and build his confidence through such positive responses to his efforts.

– Gemma Moorby

Lola only joined about 4 weeks ago and she loves it! Before Perform she had very low confidence and was very shy when singing and dancing infront of people. But thanks to Perform she has really come out of her shell and is full of confidence! Thank you to everyone at Perform!

– Ms Keely Eke

Eleni has transformed into a different child since starting perform. She counts down the days / hours until her next session.

– Mrs Alexia Nicolaou
020 7255 9120 Phone
View information on the Perform Bursary Fund, an independent not-for-profit scheme founded and run by local Perform parents.