Reading Time: 2 minutesBeing part of a national theatre school franchise, the people working within it acknowledge it is a privilege to be part of the lives of children and their families. Principals of schools across the UK get the opportunity to help shape the future and leave a lasting legacy.
When students come to one of the Razzamataz Theatre Schools, they truly become part of our Razz Family. It is not just about the singing, dancing and drama lessons, it is the chance to slow down and make wonderful memories that can be cherished forever.
Razzamataz Early Years is part of the Dragons’ Den backed franchise, which celebrates 20 years of business in January 2020. With tons of experience in how to inspire little ones and shape their futures, the classes are child-focused and include activities that will stay with families for many years to come.
Enjoying precious moments with your child is an important part of the Early Years classes. Every child attending a class will be given a Memory Card, which allows parents or carers the chance to record those important milestones to give them something to cherish forever.
During each week, the adult can record how their Tiny Tot enjoyed the session and what new skills they mastered. Did they laugh, pull a face, wave or make a sound? What did they do at home which was a ‘first’ and therefore should be recorded for prosperity? A special part of the class is Time to Bond and many parents like to take snaps of their babies or toddlers on their phone. The Memory Card gives you the opportunity to print out a favourite photo, so they can see their first time at theatre school when they are a little older.
The Memory Cards are designed to keep as a record of all those precious moments that can often get lost in the business of everyday life. Parents have given wonderful feedback and appreciate the sentiment behind the Cards.
“The Memory Cards are such a lovely idea, a great memory to keep for the future,” says Razzamataz Antrim Tiny Tots parent. “Eva loves the class and everyone is so friendly.”