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Speaking

Perform encourages speaking confidently

The chances are that your child spends most of their time at school on reading and writing skills. However, as an adult, you'll know that most of your interactions with other people require you to speak and listen well.

That's why good oral communicators do better at school, find it easier to make friends and tend to be more successful in life.

The performing arts are well known for helping children to speak more clearly, listen more attentively and develop a wide vocabulary. It doesn't take long to see results either. After just an hour a week at Perform, you'll notice the difference in your child.

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

Luca absolutely loves the classes. He appears to be engaged and having lots of fun! It is a wonderful addition to the week and encourages his confidence.

– Dr Christiana Ober

Natasha is always very excited to go to Perform. She likes the interactive app and has been spontaneously singing the songs. I think her confidence is growing due to the class and she is looking forward to the show.

– Ms Nicole Anderson

My daughter has so much fun in the class. She always looks forward to coming and leaves happy too. We can already see a difference in her, her confidence is growing and she is opening up more too.

– Mrs Mary Ann James

Perform is so polished in terms of delivery. Abdullah is happy and engaged when he comes out of his class and talks about the weekly focus, which is great.

– Ms Sehr Aziz

Poppy is really enjoying the classes and I can already see after only a few weeks how much she is getting out of it so thank you to Susie and Katie.

– Mrs Emma Gavin

Summer-Lea is really enjoying these classes and is already a more confident child, performing songs in front of family members which she would Nnver had done a few months ago. 

– Miss Lisa-Marie Jackson

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

I love that the priority with Perform is the development & well being of each child rather than pushing them to "perform" without considering their enjoyment. Both of my children are so happy in class and develop week on week.

– Becky Waller

I have noticed that Beatriz finds it easier to learn her lines for her school plays, she is confident and loves going to Perform.

– Joana
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