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Vivian Paley - The Boy Who Would Be a Helicopter“Amazingly, children are born knowing how to put every thought and feeling into story form. If they worry about being lost, they become parents who search; if angry, they find a hot hippopotamus to impose his will upon the world.”
Sarah, mother of Amber (yr 5) and Saskia (yr 6)“Both my daughters were intrigued about Speaking works and wanted to give it a go. They have both loved it, not only from a confidence perspective but also just by simply having fun. Jude makes the lessons enjoyable and creatively informative. My youngest daughter has even taken her Grade 2 LAMDA exam, which she never thought she would before. Speaking works has given them the confidence and ability to stand up in front of others without fear, something that they can take on to the next stage of education…and life.”
Saturday August 19th from 10-12 Harpenden & 2-4pm St Albans
Storytelling 10 - 10:45am Harpenden (High St Methodist Church)
5-8yrs 11 - 12am Harpenden (High Street Methodist Church)
8-12yrs 2-14pm St Albans (St Stephen's Church)
Fun bite size LAMDA workshop. From page to stage (6 - 8 & 9 - 13yrs)Introducing pupils to the performance or communication exams with the view to signing up to Autumn classes and taking one in the following year. Workshops provide a forum to explore vocal and physical technique, use imagination and gain confidence through devised drama.
Pupils can gain a better grasp of language, poetry & performance whilst also being awarded UCAS points in the higher grades.
Have fun whist building friendships and gaining essential communication skills!
Adult pupils speaking skills workshopsPlease get in touch to find out when our next small adult speaking workshop will run or to arrange an in-house workshop for your company. Please also see our 'corporate' page.
Storytelling Workshops (3-4yrs) & Bite size Drama workshop (5-8yrs)TBC
Have fun and make new friends while learning important life skills in communication, speech and storytelling.
Pupils will be working towards a mini showcase of their work at the end of the class.