Mum’s and dad’s, visitors to the Half Moon pub garden on a Saturday afternoon will have experienced the delights of the Tippee Toes team. Due to recent circumstances and the unfortunate, temporary closure of The Half Moon, the classes have moved to a new venue.
I’m pleased to announce the new Tippee Toes Children’s Drama Class, launching 24th August, will take place every Saturday at The Florence pub.
The classes will be taken by Victoria Howden who will invite your child to dive into the magical world of theatre with their new theatre workshop. Together they will dramatise stories, play games, engage in imaginative play using music props and role play items. In this workshop, everyone will have a chance to shine, develop their talents and self-confidence and, most importantly, have fun.
The Tippee Toes team will be there to greet you and your kids on the day. They have use of the private play space with table and chairs outside. The great thing about the classes is that the theme changes every two weeks so your child can drop in every now and again or come every week.
Victoria is an actress with many years’ experience in teaching and working with children. Victoria is full of energy with a warm, fun-loving, lively personality and, as with all our instructors, holds a current CRB check.
So drop off the kids, and grab yourself a well deserved coffee!
The Florence, 131-133 Dulwich Road, SE24 0NG (play room)
10:30-11:30 (60 minutes)
Fee: £6.00 per child / £4.00 sibling
4-6 years (if your 3.5 year old is ready, they can come along and join us)
Kim Sterling-Haig, founded Tippee Toes after having ventured to many workshops with her children as babies. She was fed up of the cliquey groups that were so common in these sessions, and realised the benefits to the children learning through fun music and play. She studied and qualified as an Early Years Music Practitioner and started running classes on a different level that would cater to the needs of both child and carer. Children are provided with a fun, educational, structured but informal music session but what is also important is that carers feel welcome in a friendly, welcoming environment.