At Little Voices, no child goes unnoticed and every child gets the opportunity to shine, surrounded by the encouragement & support of their tutors and classmates.
We gently nurture them to push beyond the boundaries of their own comfort zone, so they’ll have the confidence to be whatever they want to be.
We help them develop vital communication skills they’ll be able to use in all areas of their lives.
And we’ll help them reach their full potential, no matter which path they eventually choose.
Lots of our Little Voices pupils have been with us for years.
Some have gone on to pursue careers in the West End, others to prestigious drama schools and music conservatoires across the world.
And we’ve also got a whole host of children that have chosen non-theatrical careers with all the skills that Little Voices drama and singing lessons have given them.
All our classes run mid-week after school, which leaves your weekends free to do other things.
Small class sizes
Because your child will be in a very small class, they’ll get lots of individual attention, as well as plenty of opportunity to practice their skills. Both of which will allow them to progress quickly.
Groups to suit your child
Our groups within each class are organised by friendships, age & ability. As a result, your child will be working in a group where they feel completely happy, and where we can encourage their confidence & ability.
The Little Voices Concept
All our lessons follow the unique Little Voices concept, and your child will get the chance to take part in both drama & singing lessons.
Yearly progress reports
You’ll receive progress reports on your child each year showing the skills they’ve gained, meaning you’ll be able to see how they’re progressing.
Your child will have the opportunity to work towards specialist LAMDA exams.
This is a celebration of all their hard work, commitment, and confidence to perform in front of another person. It’s something we actively encourage because the confidence they gain from being successful gives them such a boost!
And for our older children, the grades they obtain count towards UCAS points for entrance into university.