Each week we provide high quality education in the field of performing arts to all individuals within our local communities and beyond. Our key provision is aimed at young people, but our services continue to expand in response to demand and our outreach/diversity agenda. The service is completely inclusive and promotes creativity, social & personal development and resilience whilst maintaining our promise of an excellent quality of teaching.
Our classes encompass all areas of the performing arts industry from theatre, TV, radio and beyond. Participants will learn a wide range of skills in acting, singing, dancing, musicianship, improvisation, public speaking, devising, business and much more! We have options for students as young as 3 all the way through to 100 (and more if you’re lucky enough to get there!).
For group classes click on the appropriate age group below to find out more about what is available to you or alternatively if private classes are of more interest to you please click on ‘Private Classes’.
Our son has attended Take Part for the last 5 years and he describes it as a very special place where he feels he belongs and can be himself.
Your toddler will be joining us from a very young age – our aim is to stimulate early development through engagement in creative activities.Find out more
(School Years: Reception – Year 2)
At this early age your child is beginning to find themselves and really ‘come into their own’ – our aim is to find their unique characteristics and traits and promote these through confidence building exercises with a focus on teamwork and social interaction.Find out more
(School Years: Year 3 – Year 6)
In these middle years your child is in a core phase of knowledge acquisition – we will encourage further growth and discovery by introducing them to fundamental methodologies and practices used with the performing arts industries at an appropriate entry level.Find out more
(School Years: Year 7 – Year 9)
By these further years your child experiences rapid change in the form of their transition into secondary education. Our training model follows suit with skills based workshops within specific areas of the performing arts – at this stage they learn to articulate their concepts and thoughts in a rational and confident manner; we aid in this expression and promote positive creative mindsets.Find out more
Performance & Preparation Programme
(School Years: Year 10 – Year 11)
At this point your young person will have a strong idea as to whether or not they wish to continue on in pursuing the performing arts as a potential career option. Our ‘P&P Programme’ does exactly what it says on the tin; it prepares your young person as best as possible for onward training / direct industry experience.Find out more
Triple ‘A’ Programme
(Post 16 Provision)
Our flagship programme known as AAA encourages our students to have aspirations and take the necessary steps to advance in their professional development in order to achieve their goals: ASPIRE. ADVANCE. ACHIEVE.Find out more
You’re never to old to ‘Take Part’ – these groups encourage parents and members of the local community to engage with Performing Arts and experience the physical, social and wellbeing benefits that they can provide. Whether it be singing in a choir, taking part in a tap or ballet class or even a new idea for a group you think we could run such as a writers group – we’d love to hear from you!Find out more
Whether it be acting, singing (MT/popular vocals), dancing, public speaking, music theory, music production, piano/keyboard or one-off drop-ins such as an audition preparation class we’ve got you covered! We offer qualifications via both the LAMDA & Rockschool awarding bodies (UCAS points). If you want to work towards a qualification as a small group/trio/duet rather than as a solo we can also look into options for you!Find out more