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Children and Young Performers

Children and Young Performers will resume face-to-face classes in the Academy commencing Saturday, 7 November.

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Children and Young Performers

Children and Young Performers will resume face-to-face classes in the Academy commencing Saturday, 7 November.

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The Children and Young Performers classes are a wonderful addition to the main Academy. Conducted on Saturdays and after school throughout the term, the classes in singing, acting, dancing and musical theatre are for young performers aged 4 – 18.

Acting
Acting

Drama classes are based on improvisation and general stagecraft. These lessons develop acting skills through devising scenes and creating characters....

Dance
Dance

These classes aim to develop style, technique, muscle tone, strength and performance skills. Students will gain awareness, greater self-confidence, wh...

Musical Theatre
Musical Theatre

Musical Theatre tells a story through more than one discipline. This is a class where acting, singing and dance are brought together. The class is all...

Junior Ballet 4 - 6 Years
Junior Ballet 4 - 6 Years

An introduction to the wonderful world of ballet. A fun, relaxed and playful class for girls and boys aged 4 - 6 years.

Coming Soon!
Coming Soon!

Street Dance, Contemporary Dance, ISTD Ballet and ISTD Tap will be starting soon! Watch this space!

Message from Manager

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Samantha Lloyd

A very warm welcome to our SPAA Children and Young Performers.

We do our best to create a fun and caring environment where each and every one of our students is valued and encouraged to be creative. We are thrilled to have opened our doors as of September 2019 in a brand new, purpose built building (12 studios and two theatres) for students to enhance their social and life skills through performing arts. We will be focusing on Vocational Training and an opportunity for children and young performers to be creative and expressive in a safe environment. At SPAA, we promise to give our students creativity to embrace life and make the most of their talents and opportunities. Children and young performers will learn how to sing, act and dance, while developing a broad range of life skills. Our students become more self-assured, expressive, sociable and imaginative, while also learning how to respond to everyday situations with resilience, creativity and bravery. Most importantly it is all done through a lot of fun, play and physical challenges.

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