Tuesday — Friday 9am-4pm daily. Trinity College London TCL is an Internationally recognised and accredited examination board- the visiting examiners visit our home in Lyall Bay on a Saturday afternoon during term time. At times our audience didn’t know whether to laugh or cry Entry in the exams is optional and fees are an extra cost: Every holiday is different! With Anzac Day falling in the middle of our workshop week it was only fitting that our play this holiday honour and remember not only the New Zealand soldiers but all New Zealand families effected by WW1.
At Standouts we celebrate and encourage creative thinking. Trinity College performing arts exams. Set in Halloween Town, Pumpkin King Jack Skellington stumbles through a portal to Christmas Town and decides to celebrate the holiday, with some dastardly and comical consequences. We will never leave children to wait for parents outside the hall unattended. This year, while continuing her training with the Long Cloud Youth Theatre Company and Tarrant Dance Studios she is throwing all her energy into auditioning for international performing arts academies. Please note places in each class are limited and we advise to enrol early to avoid disappointment. Children are free to be themselves or whoever else they want to be!
In past years the morning and afternoon classes have taken part in these- achieving great results and having a ton of fun! I think your drama school is the best kept secret in Wellington! At Standouts we celebrate and encourage creative thinking. Trinity College performing arts exams. This highly anticipated event is held in the hall at 3pm on the final afternoon Friday. Standout — noun, adj: Like a school day, standuts also stop for breaks to refuel and recharge.
Character Building January 7, To help bring our scripted characters to life, we spent sgandouts afternoon developing our characters through hot-seating; taking turns in character to interview and be interviewed in the ‘hot-seat’.
Save our Story S. The emphasis is always on fun and participation — a great way to build confidence in a relaxed environment with a supportive, enthusiastic audience!
Out Of Standoyts World February 6, When a spaceship lands on an unknown planet, the Captain and her oddball crew soon find themselves at the mercy of the ruthless Geekoids. An exam report and certificate will be issued to each child enrolled.
At Standouts we encourage creative expression. Alternatively, send us a message! Everyone had an absolute blast working on this very Victorian story and the show on We,lington afternoon was really something special.
Introducing We build confidence and get to know eachother. A Pudding For The Chimney Sweep January 3, Everyone had an absolute blast working on this very Victorian story and the show on Friday afternoon was really something special. The hall will be open from 8. Gemma loves literature and the process of going from page to stage. We ask that children arrive each morning ready to start the day at 9am.
Saturday classes – Standouts | Drama, Dance & Singing
S February 1, The Narrators have just had some results back from a recent survey and it’s not looking good Standouts singing classes enable all children to come together to create something special. Logic will get you from A to B but imagination will take you everywhere…. At times our audience didn’t know whether to laugh or cry Through this, children develop a deeper understanding of their world and become better equipped to navigate their way through challenges that life may present.
Hurry over to the the holiday programmes page to read more and register interest. We have short breaks to re-fuel. Standouts provides a fun, relaxed environment for the imagination to reign free and laughter to ring out as children explore creative expression through drama, dance and singing. Gemma and her teaching team are fabulous and inspirational.
Stand up and Stand out! We’re gearing up for three tremendously fun holiday programmes once school’s out and there are now just a few spaces left for our pre-Christmas workshop.
Enrolment is for one term and no refund will be given on the term fee for missed classes. This includes all tuition, craft materials and costumes, as well as morning and afternoon tea each day. Each holiday workshop week is a 4-day programme: What came out was inspired We will never leave children to wait for parents outside the hall unattended.
Not only does singing build confidence and engage emotions; it helps to develop our memories too: Tuesday — Friday 9am-4pm daily. At Standouts we creatively explore many different styles of music and songs.
Through dance, stanrouts develop a greater range of movement whilst developing the ability to work within a space. Children will be using up a lot of energy so please bring a named drink bottle of water and a healthy snack.
Dance at Standouts is a fun, creative outlet for imagination and emotion. Fees can be paid by cheque, cash or internet banking.
With Anzac Day falling in the middle of our workshop week it was only fitting that our play this holiday honour and remember not only the New Zealand soldiers but all New Zealand drwma effected by WW1. Otherwise, bare feet it is!
She encounters the personification of her struggles and her journey provides a realistic look at what it is like to have learning differences. Failure to do so will result in the termination of tuition.