We provide LAMDA After School Clubs


Our school partners and parents are in awe of the results we get and the enrichment in all round life skills that our clubs provide. Our lessons run in small groups, preparing children for prestigious LAMDA examinations. The classes can be held after school, as a morning club or during the school day.

Here at Little Voices we can offer LAMDA clubs, as well as; public speaking,  drama, singing, musical theatre and debate clubs all of which can be tailored to your schools requirements.

Bringing a Little Voices LAMDA provision to your school will give your students the essential tools to be able to thrive in life! Whilst working towards accredited LAMDA exams enhancing every child’s CV and future educational prospects.

Little Voices can manage as little or as much of the lessons and admin; working with you and your team to alleviate any additional work.

We work with each individual school to tailor a provision to compliment and not tread on the toes of individual drama tuition or other performing arts provisions that may already be on offer.


Hear what our school partners have to say…

“The Little Voices process of LAMDA tuition is not intrusive. They adapt to the needs and availability of the school and have made a remarkable effort during the pandemic to keep tuition going for our boys. Naturally, this provided a huge logistical challenge but their recent exam results are a real testament to how far their dedication, infectious positivity and expert tuition can travel. The groups are happy, inclusive, dedicated, vibrant and fun. Most importantly though, they are expert-led with real learning and creativity taking place. With access points for all children at any level, these groups are a joy to see and it’s been a great journey to embark on with them”.

Mrs Bower, Director of Drama and Advanced Skills Teacher St Paul’s Juniors


“Little Voices have been a great addition to our school clubs. They have provided very popular clubs across different age ranges of the school and the children involved clearly love participating. It is also gratifying to see how the children have successfully worked towards their LAMDA exams and gained in confidence as a result. The Little Voices team have always been very professional and great to work with”.

Mr Gilbert, Deputy Head Teacher, The Roche School


“Little Voices have worked with Unicorn since January 2020 providing Speech, Drama and Public Speaking support as one of our Thursday afternoon Junior Clubs and as an after school activity. They also provide our debate club. As well as providing excellent tuition and giving children what I believe are essential tools to be able to thrive in life; the lessons are high quality, fun and the excellent results speak for themselves. As a school that emphasises the importance of creativity, Little Voices have added another dimension to our offering which the pupils, families and school are extremely grateful for”

Mr Polly Fraley, Head Teacher, Unicorn School


“Little Voices classes have proved extremely popular with all our year groups and parents. The teachers are of a very high standard and the administration is smooth and efficient. Our children really look forward to their after-school lessons every week. They have been a great addition to our extra-curricular provision and I would highly recommend this collaboration to other schools.”

Miss Nettleton, Deputy Head, Chiswick and Bedford Park Preparatory School


‘Having Little Voices as one of our extra-curricular clubs has given our pupils the opportunity to explore their passion and shine.  The club is exceptionally well-led and managed, providing a nurturing space for young talent to blossom.  The dedicated staff create a supportive environment, fostering a love for performing arts.  The growth in confidence has led to increased self-esteem for our pupils, filtering back into the classroom and playground in many ways. It genuinely is a pleasure to see children acting and dancing in the playground at lunchtimes.  Our pupils look forward to each session, showcasing the club’s success in blending skill development with enjoyment.  I whole-heartedly recommend Little Voices to all schools.’

Barbara Wightwick, Headteacher, St Johns Walham Green Primary School


We tailor provisions to fit with your school’s needs:

  • Drama lessons working towards LAMDA exams. LAMDA exams are QCA Accredited and OFQUAL registered contributing to UCAS points; enhancing a child’s CV – helping with bursary and higher education applications.
  • Taught in small groups of up to 12 children
  • For Year 1 – Year 6, lessons also available for Senior Schools Year 7 – Year 11
  • Groups based on key stages or according to year groups
  • Highly qualified, reliable and committed, fully vetted and DBS checked tutors
  • Structured lessons here to enhance and compliment your co curricular activities and performing arts offerings

Expert tuition

Our talented tutors are carefully chosen for their passion for the performing arts and their commitment to delivering inspirational education in drama and performing arts. All our tutors and principals are fully vetted with enhanced DBS checks, references, have public liability insurance, first aid and are safeguarding trained.

We don’t need huge hall spaces!

We pride ourselves on small classe sizes providing children with lots of individual attention. With this in mind, we don’t require huge hall spaces to facilitate our lessons. We work with many schools across London where space is limited and our tutors are very good at utilising small spaces, in a safe way whilst not treading on the toes of school staff.

Find out more about building a creative future with Little Voices!

We’d love the chance to tell you more about Little Voices and how it can work for your school. We see working with schools as a partnership and our objective is to work with you to find the best model for your school and your students, whether it’s a bespoke peripatetic package or an before or after school provision, we are confident we can deliver an outstanding education in drama and performing arts for your children.

Ashlea Bateup Little Voices South West London franchisee. Woman with long brown hair and black t-shirt holding red photo frame with the words We Love Little Voices in white

Little Voices South West London Owner & Principal
Ashlea Bateup
0208 088 0113


I have no words to express how much I admire Ashlea and her teams work, and am grateful to them, for the huge progress that my daughter has made. The tuition and encouragement introduced to my daughters education has been fantastic. Their methods, and proficient abilities, along with patience to teach, to ensure progress, is remarkably effective and my daughter really has grown in confidence as a person. She’s really enjoyed the LAMDA exams and the results that all of the girls have achieved really are a testament to their incredible teaching. Thank you Little Voices for the work and passion that you put in, you are inspirational!” 

Little Voices Parent, Old Vicarage School