Super Speak Public Speaking & Drama For Ages 6-14.
Your child can learn to communicate with confidence, purpose & skill and have heaps of fun with our award winning Public Speaking & Drama program. We teach children aged 6-14 of all confidence levels to be more confident & creative communicators for life. They will learn about expressive skills, vocal variety, body language, speech structuring, speech clarity and much more.
Senior Group – Ages 10-14 on Saturdays from (12.30pm – 1.25pm)
Junior Group – Ages 6-9 on Saturdays from 1.30pm – 2.25pm
Run by Justine Shelley, MFacts121 is Maths tutoring for Primary School to Early Secondary Students. With a focus on multiplication facts (times tables) and other key number skills, the aim is to improve skills, confidence and enjoyment of maths. Sessions are tailored to each individual’s needs. Justine is an experienced Primary School teacher, with specialist training in maths. She will guide small groups of students in a workshop setting, to help them master key maths skills and a positive outlook.
When: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays after school (get in touch with Justine to find availability at email@example.com or find her on Facebook- mfacts121tutoringhampton/
Alanna’s Theatre and Dance Studio offers dance instruction and education without the stress and pressure of examinations or competitions. Beginner students or those older students who have dabbled in dance in their younger years welcome to our safe and nurturing environment. Classes are fun and relaxed, nurturing each student’s individuality to build their confidence, love and appreciation for Dance.
Mondays: Creative Ballet prep-grade 1 ~ 4.15 to 5.00pm, Mini/Junior Acro 6-12 yrs ~ 5.00-5.45, Adult Jazz for beginners ~ 5.45-6.45.
Wednesdays: Mini Jazz grades 1-3 ~ 4.15-5.00pm, Junior Jazz grade 4-6 ~ 5.00-6.00pm.
BusyFeet is an activity designed to create a special place through dance and music for children with disabilities aged 6 to 16. The program provides the opportunity for parents to develop friendships and discuss issues with others in similar circumstances. Brighton North Rotary established BusyFeet in Bayside in 2015 with the support of the Club and funds from local entities. The group is run by a qualified dance teacher with the children being supported 1:1 by a volunteer from Rotary and the local community. All volunteers have a Working with Children check.
When: Tuesdays during term time.
Time: 4.30 to 5.15. More info contact: Lyn Mortimer 0407140 549.
During school holidays Bricks4Kids runs workshops at Castlefield for students to build unique creations and have loads of fun using LEGO® Bricks. Model plans are designed by engineers and architects, with varied and exciting themes such as Space, Star Wars, Minecraft, Robotics and Technics.
A fun and educational music program for babies, toddlers and pre-school children. This popular program stimulates young minds, builds confidence and fosters a love of music. Classes are age-specific to cater for children’s developmental stages. Your role as a parent or caregiver is also unique in follow-up activities to help reinforce concepts learned in class.
When: Wednesday and Thursdays
Time: 9.30 am to 12.30 pm (30 to 45 minutes for age specific groups)
Contact: Julia 0414 944 918 or firstname.lastname@example.org Bookings are essential.
For the last 10 years, Brainastics have been introducing kindergarten aged children to reading and writing through a multi-sensory, fun and evidence-based phonics program. Tapping into children’s natural curiosity, our trained teachers use the internationally renowned method of Jolly Phonics, focusing on the 42 main sounds, rather than just the 26 letters of the alphabet.
Friday: 9:30 am – 10:30 am
Fees: $25 per session, payable per term
Contact: Shae on 0421 073 688 or email@example.com for more info.