Free Trial Classes – beginning of term four!

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At the beginning of each term, Speak Up Studio holds free trial lessons for all students that would like to come along and try out our fantastic speech and drama or musical theatre classes for the first time.

The Trial Class System

When you contact us to arrange a trial class, we will ask questions about your child’s level of confidence and your goals for their participation in drama. Perhaps your child is shy in unfamiliar environments or around unfamiliar people? Perhaps they are a budding stage star! Perhaps they are a combination of both? We will also find out what location you are in and what times might suit you. We will then be able to suggest the most appropriate program (based on class size, teacher, location and time) and book them in.

At their trial class (which will be our first class for the term) your child will be provided with a resource booklet, and treated just like the other students in the group, they will be invited to join into all activities and the teacher will try to get to know them as quickly as possible. After the trial class, Speak Up Studio will contact you to let you know how your child went, to discuss our program for the term and how the program might help your child develop skills that will help them in school, and stay with them for life.

Current Timetable

Detailed class times are available on this page.

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Trial Class Dates

  • Saturday 8th October
  • Monday 10th October
  • Tuesday 11th October
  • Wednesday 12th October
  • Thursday 13th October
  • Friday 14th October

Contact the studio on 07 3367 8572 or info@speakupstudio.com.au to arrange a trial class for your child today!

 

Speak Up Studio in Photos

All classes begin with the class sitting in a circle together.

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Students are provided with a resource booklet each term, which contains all of the activities for the term.

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Costumes and props engage and inspire our students.

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Students are given small performance opportunities throughout the term. Performances are often disguised as games, so students are subconsciously associating having fun with speaking up!

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Students are often invited to perform for the school assembly.

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Parents are invited to join us at the end of each term for a special “parent watching week” performance, where students receive a certificate!

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