Welcome to Speak Up
Confidence. Communication. Creativity.At Speak Up, we create 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 skills in a supportive, and non-competitive environment. Through participation in Speak Up's extensive speech and drama programs, students will develop confidence, creativity and communication skills that will help them in school and be 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!
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Speak Up Studio is excited to share with you our sparkly new studio, programs, and parent portal for 2018! New Studio We are moving! That’s right! A bigger better studio for 2018. We’re not going far — just 500m down the road to 110 Windsor Rd, Red Hill. Our new space will have: two large group teaching studios two private teaching studios a libraryLearn more
In the second week of the January holiday workshops of 2018, Speak Up Studio will be hosting a musical production of “Seussical the Musical”! Seussical is part of our Born to Perform holiday program. It’s a week-long workshop, with rehearsals held each day for an entire week. We will be holding a group audition for parts on Thursday 7th December from 4.00pm – 6.00pm at the Red Hill Studio. This isLearn more
In support of Hear and Say‘s LOUD Shirt Day held in October, Speak Up Studio is holding a Read-a-LOUD-athon to raise additional money to help deaf and hearing impaired children learn to listen and speak. Hear and Say is a not-for-profit organisation with five centres around Queensland. Their aim is to enable children to attend a regular school, have wider career choices and beLearn more
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
Thanks Cathy! The performance on assembly this week was fabulous as always.
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!
Carleigh has enjoyed Speech and Drama and loved getting up on stage and reading the pirate poem