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Super Speak Drama & Speaking Classes For Kids

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Published March 27th 2013
Get them to gain confidence
Super Speak is a great organisation that runs classes for children to help them to be more confident, by doing things such as role playing, script work, improvisation and characterisation. They also work on public speaking skills by doing things such a voice work, story telling, persuasive speaking and information telling.

My cousin, Rosanna, aged 6, who was incredibly shy, attended the class and she is now very bubbly and able to talk and is showing a passion for acting.

They have great teaches who know what they're doing and host small class sizes so kids don't feel intimidated.

This award winning program will help your child build creativity and quick thinking, perform with a passion, develop confidence and self esteem, build awareness and leadership skills, overcome nervousness, build assertiveness, develop in a safe environment, have loads of fun and make friends.

The program is so amazing I just hope its still around when I have kids, I would love to enrol them in this, it just sounds so wonderful and the things I have heard from my aunty, and seeing how my little cousin behaves now is just astonishing. She is able to hold a conversation, she's gotten rid of her obsession with her Nintendo DS and now prefers to be more creative and draws funny pictures, makes up interesting games with her younger sisters and now wants to join Bright Stars, which is a company that teaches children acting skills and more.

There are venues that hold this great program and those locations are: Rowville, Glen Iris, Canterbury, Glen Waverly, Berwick, Chadstone and Malvern East.

I would recommend this program to anyone who has shy children, bored children, or just want them to try something new. Kids who enjoy acting really get on well with life. It makes them confident and boosts their self esteem, have a good sense of humour and they can even look for work as a child actor in commercials or even be a part of plays.
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Why? Classes for all ages
Phone: 03 9572 5249
Where: Different locations such as Rowville, Malvern East, Berwick, Chadstone, Glen Iris, more.
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