From tots to teens, finding new experiences for a child is an important part of the development process. Whatever age the child is, it can be challenging to join in with a new class or enter a new environment, even if it is something they think they will love.
To help to encourage youngsters to try something new, Razzamataz Sheffield is hosting a ‘National Bring a Friend Day,’ on March 3rd to allow current students to invite a friend along for the day to let them experience performing arts fun. This is open to select groups subject to availability.
Razzamataz Sheffield has presented students from select groups who attend with a voucher to entitle a friend of their choosing the chance to join them at Razzamataz and take part in the dancing, singing and acting classes at no cost.
Performing arts stimulates all children’s creativity, from the shyest student to the most outgoing. It gives children the skills in which to better express themselves, leading to increased confidence and self-esteem. Speaking to some of our parents in our school, it is clear that parents don’t pay for their child to learn performing arts, they do it for the chance for them to learn invaluable life skills and take part in events that will create life-long memories.