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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.

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

My son Lorenzo is always so happy and enthusiastic after attending Perform. He tells me all about the new friendships he makes and how much he enjoys the classes. This for me is very important, knowing that he is happy .

– Miss Evelise Rocha

Darshan my 4yo daughter said - "It was cool...I love it". Darshan has enjoyed every session and it really keeps her enthused f0r the rest of the weekend.

– Mr Raj Benning

To quote Daisy: "Hollie is such a great teacher and has great banter with us all. I just love it there!"

– Miss Jane Swannell

Taye in his own words "absolutely loves it-I want the sessions to be longer!"

– Miss Jade Higgins
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