Our MissionSpeak Up Studio is dedicated to creating exciting and engaging drama programs that build confidence and encourage children to be positive about speaking up. Our programs aim to develop confidence, creativity and communication skills, and to foster a love of reading and literature in all our students. More about our studio
All of the students seem to be loving this term and we are looking forward to some great performances at upcoming assemblies and parent watching week!
Claire started speak up part way through year three. We wanted Claire to become more confident with speaking in front of groups, Claire was initially very shy and withdrawn and after just two terms Claire was participating confidently in the Speak Up end of year concert. This year Claire joined another Speak Up student in a duo eisteddfod and achieved success. The program has
Hey Speak Up, I just wanted to say a massive thank you for Kingston’s Dr Seuss party on Sunday! All the kids had a blast and Kingston said it was the best party he’s ever been to!! Well done!
I thank you very much for what Speak Up Studio has done for Abbey. She is definitely a lot more confident in herself and I’m sure a good part of this can be attributed to your great classes.
Here are a few tips to help you learn your lines for a play, poem, or script off-by-heart! Read your lines out loud! By saying your lines aloud it will help you remember them. Ask mum or dad to help you! Having your parents practice with you will mean someone else can prompt or cue you if you miss a line. Morning and night!Learn more
The Speak Up team are currently busy as bees designing and creating all of the costumes and props for our upcoming “Stuff & Nonsense” concert! With such ridiculous poems and plays, creating the costumes this year has been a lot of fun for the team. Our concert this year is split into themed sections and each section has been designated a certain colour. All ofLearn more
Today we would like to share with you a poem that will be featured in our upcoming “Stuff and Nonsense” concert! This poem, by Jack Prelutsky, is all about some funny little creatures that live underwater and simply love cheese! We hope you enjoy it as much as we do The Underwater Wibbles by Jack Prelutsky The Underwater Wibbles dine exclusively on cheese, theyLearn more