Razzamataz Performing Arts School Wimbledon

Razzamataz Wimbledon gets behind national Be Kind campaign

Razzamataz is backing ITV’s This Morning’s newly launched Be Kind Campaign. The idea is to be able to offer key advice and an anti-bullying message following recent powerful interviews focused on bullying and the experienced faced by children and their families.

An important part of the ethos at Razzamataz is to instill confidence
into each child to help them face life challenges and give them a real sense of purpose. The upbeat atmosphere this creates has resulted in some positive feedback from parents including: “Brooke is having a really super time at Razzamataz. Not only does she enjoy learning in a fun environment, I can really see the changes and improvements in Brooke’s confidence and overall development as a self-assured young lady.”

The Be Kind Campaign also looks at ways in which children can be
encouraged to speak up if they are being bullied and also how other children can help. “As a network, we’ve had more than 18 years’ experience in working with young people,” says Sophie Atkins, Principal of Razzamataz Wimbledon. “We know that for many children, Razzamataz is the one place where they can really be themselves and they use the performing arts to help work through any worries they may have. We are delighted to be backing the Be Kind Campaign and would like to use our years of experience to help lend our voice to this important cause.”

Razzamataz offers a wide range of performing arts styles for youngsters age 2-18 including current trends that are accessible to children and teenagers. Classes consist of dance, drama and singing and the curriculum covers the whole of the performing arts, from classic West End musical theatre to street dance, pop singing and acting for camera. For more details about Razzamataz and to book a free taster session call 07500 837 911, email wimbledon@razzamataz.co.uk or visit www.wimbledon.razzamataz.co.uk

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