Star 1,2 & 3 classes are for students aged from 7 to 16.
Students work together with children of a similar age and
groups are kept to a maximum of 15, to ensure everyone
gets the attention that they need.
Imagine your child in front of an audience and performing confidently in just a few weeks. Each term at Spotlights we see children do just that. Classes are structured around our unique STAR System. Children develop at their own pace in a fun, relaxed and nurturing environment.
A performance every term for 4-6 year olds and twice a year for 7-16 year olds. All students have the opportunity to let their talent shine. You will be delighted to see your child’s confidence and circle or friends grow each term.
If you want to find out how your child will benefit from our training, please contact us to book a free trial session at any of our venues.
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“I just wanted to thank you and your colleagues for what you have achieved with Kristen at Spotlights...thank you for helping her to find the confidence to deliver her lines so well in front of all those people.”
Mrs JosephWest Wickham
“Thank you and your team for the amazing work you did with my son in his first term…I’ve enjoyed his drama and dance for sometime – but I was stunned by how well he can sing”
“I was amazed at the performances by the pupils on Saturday, absolutely blown away. Shakespeare is difficult enough for experienced actors, but these young people were terrific, they totally nailed it!”
Jacqueline WilliamsWest Wickham
"Just wanted to say what a great performance Spotlights put on at Newstead Wood last Saturday. We thought it was brilliant and the performers all looked as though they enjoyed themselves, which is great.
A big thanks to you and your team in putting such a great performance together."
“Just wanted to say a huge well done to you and the rest of the Spotlights team. Really enjoyed the show...definitely one of (if not the) best to date!!! Thanks also for giving Yasmin & Lailah an opportunity to shine”