4-6 Years Drama, Movement & Music Class.

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Drama, Movement & Music Classes for 4-6 Years Children

Exploring classic stories through drama, movement and music, children will take on the roles of characters.

Using props, drama games and most importantly, their imaginations to recreate key scenes, they will share a short presentation with parents during the final session of term.

Our classes are designed to provide children with a safe & secure environment where they can develop their talents as young people and grow in confidence and self-esteem.
Drama benefits children on many levels and as they navigate their way through key stage one, having a regular creative platform will help them to find their feet as well as their voices.

Spring 2022 Term 

Lead teacher Katie Barton will be taking the children on a deliciously exciting journey next term as they jump into the classic story Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

Spring 2022 Term Dates: Saturday 15th January – Saturday, April 2nd (Excluding Saturday 12th February)

Times: 9.00am – 10.30am

Location: United Reformed Church, (Hampton Hill High Street)

Term Fee: £160.00  (£144 sibling fee) Two Week Taster: £20.00

Uniform: Dramacube T-shirt (£12) or Hoodie (£19)

Book a two-week taster session and find out what you can expect from Dramacube classes?

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Dramacube 4-6 years rehearsing “A Christmas Carol” by “Charles Dickens” – November 2021

Autumn 2021 Term 

During the autumn term children have been exploring “Narnia”, stepping through the wardrobe and discovering all the magical characters in the classic story “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe”.

Each week the group have been playing drama games, using their imaginations to act out the next part of the story, then learning a Christmas song and dance routine.

The final session of the Autumn term will take place on Saturday 11th December when parents are invited to join us for the last twenty minutes to enjoy some acting, singing and dancing!

Staying Safe

In line with Government guidelines we will be continuing with our hand-washing policy, additional cleaning of all rehearsal spaces and social distancing as well as fully complying with current advice.

In the interest of keeping everyone safe, please inform us immediately and do not allow your child to attend the workshop if they are suffering from any recognised Covid-19 symptoms.

Can’t make it this time but keen to hear about future projects?