Confidence. Communication. Creativity.Speak Up Studio creates exciting and engaging drama programs that build confidence and encourage children to be positive about speaking up. Our programs give children the opportunity to make friends, dress up in costumes, develop a love of reading and literature and extend their performance technique in a supportive, non-competitive environment. Through participation in our programs, students will develop confidence, creativity and communication skills that will help them in school and stay with them for life! 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!
What Students Love About Speak Up Studio
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!
Dear Miss Cathy and Miss Frankie, thanks so much for your energy, enthusiasm and support of the children. I was thrilled to watch the performances – so much fun. Look forward to more fun next term!
You’ve put in a tremendous amount of work for the children individually and collectively! We wish you a lovely holiday. My daughter is obviously progressing well, and I can certainly see the fruit of her lessons when she prepares and practices class orals now. Thank you!
We love creating costumes for our students, so as we head towards Halloween we thought we would share our expert costume making tips with you! It’s easy to create simple, effective and inexpensive costumes with a little know-how. 1. Keep it simple The simplest ideas are usually the best! A white shirt, a black tie and a Kmart cape were all we needed toLearn more
Our September Holiday Workshops were a blast! From dance and drama to science and craft, there was something for everyone. Thank you to all the creative kids who came along. We hope they all enjoyed the fun! Here’s a snapshot of what we got up to. Week One – Red Hill Week one was held at the Red Hill Studio. The week started with aLearn more
This week we would like to share with one of our favourite sections of prose form A.A.Milne. In our concert this year our private students will be developing the prose from Milne’s books as the storytelling element of the show! from the chapter “In Which Piglet Meets A Heffalump” Some hours later, just as the night was beginning to steal away, Pooh woke upLearn more