Franchise opportunities

Running a Little Voices franchise is an opportunity to make a real difference to children in your local community and help them reach their full potential.

With schools under pressure to focus on the core subjects, music & drama are falling off the curriculum.

This means that more & more children and young people are missing out on all the many benefits to be gained from exploring their creativity through these subjects, so there’s never been a better time to invest in a performing arts business.

Why become a Little Voices franchisee?

The Little Voices franchise opportunity is a proven system that’s been honed over the years, with a vibrant support network that enables every franchisee to build a bright future for themselves.

As a Little Voices franchisee, you’ll also enjoy:

  • flexible & part time working options – build your business around you & your work or family commitments. Choose whether to manage your business & teach, or employ tutors to teach for you.
  • mid-week lessons – NO weekend classes
  • the status of being recognised as an official LAMDA partner
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What makes a great Little Voices franchisee?

We’re looking for people who share our values and passion for the performing arts and child development to join our award-winning team of franchisees.

People who are driven, super-organised and committed to building a successful business – which takes dedication and hard work.

You need to be a great people person with excellent communication skills, a strong team player, and be able to wear lots of different hats.

You’ll also need to be good with parents, have an amazing rapport with children of all ages, and be an effective people manager.

So if what you’ve read so far excites you and you feel you have what it takes to be a successful Little Voices franchisee, we’d love to hear from you!

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I simply love being a Little Voices Principal! I love being part of a bigger network but still having the freedom and flexibility of running my own business. I knew I wanted to branch out into private singing teaching after being a Head of Music in mainstream schools for over ten years, but I was a little hesitant about the business side of it. I needn’t have been. The quality of training you receive from head office on all aspects of your business is second to none. Little Voices is to me, synonymous with quality. We are an organisation full of passionate, enthusiastic and driven people who are striving to offer the best singing and drama training for young people. I am so proud of my business and all the good work we do.

Helen Isaac Principal of Little Voices Hertfordshire West

“Little Voices has changed my life. Running my own business while doing the thing that I love to do, in a network that cares so much. Little Voices absolutely cares about every single child that walks through the door. Incredibly grateful for being part of a fantastic franchise network.”

Jemma Bird Principal of Little Voices Brentford Ealing & Wembley

“I’ve been a Franchisee of Little Voices for just over two years. I discovered the amazing work that Little Voices does through another Franchisee who opened me up to the opportunities available of becoming part of the Little Voices network. I’ve always worked within education. I complete my degree in Drama and Education in London before returning to my home county of Rutland and completing a PGCE in drama within a local secondary school. I then worked within a drama department teaching KS3 and KS4 Drama. However, with the contact changes to the Drama GCSE course, I was constantly up late at night marking and teaching theory, rather than practical drama. I was starting to fall out of love with education and teaching all together… and along came Little Voices! Little Voices gave me the opportunity to fall back in love with teaching. The rest of the network are supportive and we all have the same passion of engaging children and young people through the Performing Arts. It’s infectious when we all get together and share ideas and plans for our centres. I love worked so closely with LAMDA and the opportunities within their syllabus’ give students something to work towards and challenge themselves. I love being able to run my own business and see how much all of my pupils love coming to Little Voices every week. If you’re thinking about becoming a Little Voices Franchisee – do it! It was the best decision I made.”

Laura Ray Principal of Little Voices Rutland

“I chose Little Voices because the ethos and level of thought that has gone into each individual child is second to none. The team at the head office are passionate about seeing each franchise succeed. It’s not just about handing a starter pack out and a name with a reputation and saying ‘see you later!’ or getting a paycheck from us. It’s about seeing us succeed and thrive in our businesses. There is constant support available, as much or as little as you need and there is a strong sense of comradery and support among the franchisees.”

Jessica Norman Principal of Little Voices Mid Kent

“I love being a Little Voices Principal as I love all the brand stands for. I love the high values & high expectations, but also the care that is given to everyone in the network, from parents and pupils to tutors & principals. Children are at the heart of what we do but equally so is everyone who works at Little Voices.”

Rachel Bradshaw Principal of Little Voices Preston

I have worked with Little Voices since 2007, as a tutor at first, then starting my own franchise in 2013. Becoming a business owner with Little Voices was the best decision I ever made, both financially and because I love my job now – seeing the children grow and develop their skills is so rewarding. It was scary at first, but there is so much support from head office and other franchisees that you are never alone, someone is always there to help. The business is flexible and fits around your schedule, so you simply follow the plan and watch the money come rolling in! We even survived a global pandemic and came out stronger than ever. Come and join the family!

Julie Armstrong Principal of Little Voices Peterborough