Growing with three times as many classes this year
Putney appears to be breeding children with a love of the performing arts, if the burgeoning
numbers at local singing and acting school, Little Voices, is anything to go by.
2 year anniversary in Putney, the school has trebled since it started in July 2013, and to mark
its continued success, Little Voices’ Principal Ashlea held performance evenings during the last
week of term which perfectly showcased the talents of Putney’s students.
Little Voices is one of the UK’s most outstanding, professional and successful performing arts
training organisations, dedicated to helping children reach their full potential in drama and
When Ashlea opened Little Voices, which has a very professional focus using expert guidance
and traditional methods, she ran three lessons a week. Since then this number has trebled,
however the number of students in each class remains capped at just six.
This is highly significant to the success of the children, explained Ashlea:
“This small number
ensures that our students have a very personalised experience, even in this thriving business,
and our success is proven by our constant 100% pass rate in the LAMDA drama
examinations, year after year, towards which all our students work,” she said.
Sam Regan added:
“I’ve been attending Little Voices’ lessons since it opened, it’s been a
great way to make friends, gain confidence and improve my skills.”