Speak Up Studio is excited to announce our new classes for term 3, 2017!
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!
Newmarket State School (Thursday afternoons in the Library)
- Chatterbees (prep – grade 2) 3.00pm – 3.30pm
- Chatterboxes (grade 3 – grade 6) 3.30pm – 4.15pm
Queen of Apostles Parish (Thursday mornings in the meeting room)
- Polkadots (prep – grade 2) 7.30am – 8.00am
- Zigzags (grade 3 – grade 6) 8.00am – 8.30am
Where the Wild Things Are Bookshop in West End (Wednesday afternoons)
- Chatterbees (prep – grade 2) 3.30pm – 4.00pm
- Chatterboxes (grade 3 – grade 6) 4.00pm – 4.45pm
New classes at our Red Hill Studio (afternoons throughout the week)
- Chatterbees (prep – grade 2) Monday afternoon 3.30pm – 4.00pm
- Chatterboxes (grade 3 – grade 6) Friday afternoons 3.30pm – 4.15pm
- Discobees (prep – grade 2) Saturday mornings 9.30am – 10.00am
Chatterbees and Polkadots (Prep- Grade 2) programs
Our prep – grade 2 program is a fun and engaging speech and drama program for prep, grade one and grade two students. The classes use a range of engaging poems and stories and activities focused on developing self confidence, using our voices in expressive ways, telling stories, and working as a team. The program runs for eight weeks each school term, and concludes with a performance for parents.
Chatterboxes and Zigzags (Grade 3 – Grade 6) programs
Our grade 3 – grade 6 program is a fun and engaging speech and drama program for grade three to six students who wish to develop their performance skills, communication style and self confidence. Activities focus on mime and movement, creative language, interpreting texts and improvisation, and performing on stage. The program runs for eight weeks each school term, and concludes with a performance for parents.