Classes – POST LOCKDOWN

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Looking for a kids class near you? Read on to find out more about our range of children’s classes.

Wednesday (age 5-9)

16:30- 17:30 – Cheerleading

17:30 – 18:30 – Pop Performance Class

Saturday (age 4-13)

09:00- 09:45 – Pop Performance Class (age 4-5)

09:15 – 10:00 – Cheerleading (5-8)

10:00 – 11:00 – Pop Performance Class (5-8)

11:00 – 12:00 – Street dance (5-8)

10:00 – 11:00 – Street dance (9-13)

11:00 – 12:00 – Pop Performance Class (9-13)

 

These classes are on pause for the moment

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Week Day Location Class Type
Monday Cuddington Croft Primary KS1, Cheam Pop Performance Class
Monday Hurst Park Primary KS1, West Molesey Pop Performance Class
Tuesday Chandlers Field KS1, West Molesey Pop Performance Class
Wednesday Walton Oak KS1, Walton on Thames Pop Performance Class

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Class Duration Number of classes Class Cost (per hour) Cost per term
1 hour Class 12 £8.50 £102
2 hour Class 12 £16.00 £192
After-school clubs 12 £6.00 £60
One to one session (30 mins) 12 £25 £300
One to one session (60 mins) 12 £40 £480

Spring 2021 - Term time classes (Saturday)

Spring term dates: (9 week term)

Saturday classes

Start of term - 9th January 

Half term - 13th February 

End of term - 13th March 

Spring 2021 - Term time classes (Wednesday)

Spring term dates: (9 week term)

Wednesday classes

Start of term - 13th January 

Half term - 17th February 

End of term - 17th March 

Pop Performance Class

This is our signature kids class.

Pop Performance is so much more than just a kids pop choir!

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Professional voice coaching and mini shows

We cover 3 or 4 songs which have been chosen by the children and put together a mini show every term.

 

Microphone technique, solos and dance routines

They will get the chance to study microphone technique, sing solo lines and learn dance routines. Each session will include games focussing on expression, diction, harmony, rhythmical precision, memorisation techniques, stage craft and music theory.

 

Build positive relationships

We also place a very strong emphasis on relationship building and encourage the children to share stories, news and ideas in front of their peers each week. This is an essential part of the class as it allows the children to become relaxed in each other’s company thereby enabling them to take ‘safe risks’ i.e. Standing in the front row, singing solo lines, sharing their improvisation, leading a section/group.

Private Vocal Coaching

One to one sessions available

Goal Setting

One to one lessons are a chance to achieve new levels in your voice. Whether you are trying to smooth over your bridges to have a stronger mix voice, Improve your range, Control your vibrato or other stylising issues, or simply want to feel more confident when you open your mouth private lessons can be really helpful when you have a goal in mind.

Vocal technique

The techniques I use are a mixture of Estill, CVT and SLS. These techniques have been developed with contemporary singers in mind and focus on the parts of the voice which are often not needed in classical singing.

Adults welcome

I have lot’s of adult students too and love welcoming pros as well as ‘non singers’ Everyone has a voice and we would love to help you find peace with yours 🙂

Price

The charge for one to one sessions is £40 an hour or £25 for a 30 min session

Street dance

before Zoom classes

Style

Street originated (you guessed it!) in the street. It was the dance of the young in America in the 90’s. It has since become one of the most popular dance forms here in the UK and we are lucky to have our super funky Monice who is very talented in this discipline.

Technique

Although street has it’s own terminology for things it does contain plenty of technique too!

I’ve often overheard classic ballet move ‘pas deux bourrée’ being taught as ‘the Reebok’ (Shhhh don’t tell the cool kids!!)

Find a kids Street dance class near you.

Routines

Some of the routines we’ve worked on in the past have included songs like ‘Havana’ by Camilla Cabelo ‘No Drama’ by Craig David and ‘New Rules’ by Dua Lipa. Check out some of our past choreography here:

Why Cheerleading?

Cheerleading is one of the best ways to introduce dance technique to younger learners. It allows you to teach all of the technical rules of angles, positions and postures in a really fun way.

Fun

The children will be given pompoms and encouraged to have fun shaking and shouting!! They all can’t wait to throw on their best American accent and join in the fun.

Learning

During the class they will learn spacial awareness as formations are very important in this area of dance. Positions will be discussed in terms of angles and times on the clock, all aiding their mathematical learning and critical thinking.

What do parents say about our classes?