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Imagination

The power of a developed imagination

In today's achievement-oriented world, it's easy to dismiss the importance of imagination. But imagination is vital in giving your child the ability to deal with everyday feelings and problems.

Psychologist Beth Falk explains "If a child is afraid of a monster, he can make up a story about hunting it down and turning it into something else. He's found a way to transform it."

It's no wonder the Arts Council of England have praised performing arts as "an artform, a practical activity and an intellectual discipline which involves imagination and feelings and helps us make sense of the world."  

Perform's specially written songs, games and exercises have been devised specifically to stimulate young minds and inspire colourful imaginations.

Ronny told me the other day that Perform is his favourite after-school club and this says already everything...

– A Moor

Maisy really looks forward to coming. She told us that Katherine is always very happy, funny and kind.

– Miss Teresa Tully

Freddie says it’s amazing and Evie finds it very enjoyable. Out of all the after school activities they participate in, they enjoy Perform the most. I can see how much more confident they have become and they both look forward to attending the class each week.

– Mrs Tammy Quantrell

My children love Perform - they always come springing out of the class with huge, excited smiles on their faces. Alana is friendly, approachable and professional, and she makes my boys feel totally at ease.

– Mrs Beth Dixon

Ryan enjoys his time at Perform and describes it as 'it's awesome!' One of my aims was for Ryan to have fun at Perform and I am pleased he is really enjoying himself. Jason King is excellent :)

– Mudita

Ted has only been attending for a few weeks but absolutely loves it. We can often hear him singing songs and practicing the dance moves. He loves the teachers and always comes out of the class full of energy and excitement.

– Miss Michelle Lee

Will absolutely loves the weekly class, and it is a delight to watch him thrive in the sessions.

– Katherine Hodson

Paloma has never really been interested in joining any groups without her friends being in the group until now. This is the first time she has shown any interest and excitement about going to an after school group where she doesnt really know anyone. That is testament to the teachers and the fun she obviously has in class. I couldn't be more pleased. Andrew is fab!

– Mrs Razia Skehan

Jake is really enjoying the classes. He finds the classes really enjoyable.

– Ms Belinda Borland

Oscar really loves coming to Perform. He wants to come every day. He enjoys telling us all about what he did in the lesson and really loves it.

– Mrs Agnes O'Shea
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