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Reading and writing

Perform can boost reading and writing skills

Research shows that children who participate in drama, dance and singing have better reading and writing skills.

This may be because they have learnt to create images in their minds while reading or developed their imagination thereby improving their creative writing. Whatever the reason, drama is now seen as essential in teaching literacy skills and giving children a lasting love of books and language.

And it's not just literacy. A study by the National Theatre showed children with experience of drama workshops scored higher in Maths SATS as well. So regular Perform classes could make a big difference to your child's performance at school.

Your work is absolutely amazing. Congratulations and thank you!

– Ms Merceres Perez

Mia is really enjoying the classes and Kate is very good at keeping parents and carers updated on progress.

– Miss Fiona Hall

Bradley can be very shy and can sometimes struggle in large groups, however every week he is eager to go and comes out talking about everything they did. The classes and teachers are helping my son over come his shyness and he ( and us) can't wait to see him in his first play.

– Mr Nathan Tyrrell

Suzie was absolutely brilliant at reassuring us that our little one would be in good, caring hands. She clearly really cares about each of the children and had some masterful techniques to put my little one at ease. She was the reason we initially chose Perform along with the quality and content of the class teaching.

– Ms Tory Araujo

Brilliant class! My daughter throughly enjoys attending every week. Charlotte is so warm and welcoming - a credit to your team.

– Mrs Michelle Williams
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