Monday 1st August 2016 - Friday 5th August 2016
£175 per week
If you are aged between 3 – 14, and love to sing, dance and act, then our Musical Theatre Summer School Course is for you. Each week students will be taught how to perform confidently in three performing arts disciplines, with parents getting the chance to see the end result by being invited to watch the end of week performance.
All courses are taught by industry professionals.
To secure a place an application form must be completed and returned to the school together with payment of £175.00.
We are proud to announce that the Barbara Speake Stage School have been presented with the
For the Best Result at GCSE level for BOYS in Expressive Arts & Performance Studies at an INDEPENDENT SCHOOL
For the Best Result at GCSE level for GIRLS in Expressive Arts & Prerformance Studies at an ENGLISH school
The school was opened on February 10th 1945 as a dancing school only, by the present principal Miss Barbara Speake MBE. In 1963 it became a full time school providing academic and artistic training.
The strength of the school is in its friendly atmosphere, traditional qualities and caring, committed staff. If you wish for a small happy school for your child, where every teacher can care for his or her individuals’ needs, then it is here. No where else will you find Year 11 students walk hand in hand with early years children, where every teacher knows every child by name and is treated as an individual who is allowed to be creative, and encouraged to become the best person possible both academically and artistically.
After sitting up to 10 GCSE’s in Year 11, the majority of our students leave school and go on to higher education, and become inspirational young people we are all extremely proud of. It has been proven that pupils here succeed though enjoyment of their school which gives them confidence to follow whatever path they choose whether in the field of entertainment, or in a more academic career.
We are the only stage school in London catering for children in the Early Years and Lower Juniors.