DRAMA FOR KIDS – 3-6 YEARS

About The Classes

Our weekly drama for kids classes aim to improve concentration, boost your child’s confidence and give them a creative outlet to promote friendships all while having fun! Our classes include fun drama-based games, along with songs and dances to help bring out the inner performer within your child. All scripts are adapted by Reflect Productions and each term there is a different theme to develop your child’s imagination. These weekly drama classes run for one hour and classes are held in Merton Park and Hammersmith.

Classes are held after school and run for an hour.

Curriculum

Our weekly classes encompass all three disciplines of performing arts; acting, singing and dancing. Our classes include dances and movement based drama games which help develop co-ordination, core stability and balance. The children also learn songs which help improve confidence and concentration; as well as giving those more shy children within the group the chance to shine as part of an ensemble. Our classes mainly focus on drama-based activities using role-play and storytelling to promote imagination and speaking skills in a fun way.

Themes

Each term our classes have a different theme focusing on different aspects of Drama. Our Spring Term tends to focus on a specific area of drama where children have the opportunity to explore further; previous themes during this term have included Comedy Term and Cabaret Term. Summer Term tends to focus on a general theme such as ‘Fairytales and Fables’ or a more individual theme such as ‘Spotlight Term’ which enables students to work on solo pieces developing their own acting skills. Our Autumn Term classes work towards a big end of term production involving all of our classes; previous shows have included ‘Neverland’, ‘Alice in Wonderland’ and ‘A Visit from Mary Poppins’.

Venues 

Merton Park Primary School, Erridge Road, SW19 3HQ

Mondays 4pm – 5pm

St Paul's CE Primary School, Worlidge St, Hammersmith, London W6 9BP

Thursdays 4:00pm – 5:00pm

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