5 reasons you should teach performing arts

Teaching performing arts to children is an incredibly rewarding career. If you’re a professional performer, you may never have considered a teaching role. But there are lots of reasons to consider taking a role which allows you to pass on the skills you have learnt to the next generation.  Noodle Performance Arts loves to hear […]

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6 Egg-citing things to do in Cheshire this Easter

The Easter holidays are approaching fast but don’t panic as there’s plenty going on to keep your children busy while school is shut. We’ve put together a list of just some of the activities going on in Cheshire this Easter, including two of our own holiday clubs. The sun will come out at our Annie […]

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5 things to do for Easter in Sheffield

The Easter holidays are just around the corner but don’t worry if you haven’t made any plans yet. If you’re looking for fun activities to keep your children busy over Easter, we’ve put together some suggestions to get you started. Belt out those show tunes in a morning of musicals If your child loves musical […]

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The Wizard of Oz is 80 – 9 things you might not know about the film

It’s now been 80 years since cinema goers first saw Dorothy and her friends follow the yellow brick road. At Noodle Performance Arts, we’re big fans of the Wizard of Oz. Our talented students have already performed a special Noodle version of the popular children’s tale twice and this year, children from our classes in Stocksbridge, […]

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5 ways performing in a show can benefit your child

Performing in front of an audience can seem daunting but it has lots of benefits for your child. Taking part in performing arts classes is great for your child but showing off the skills they have learnt in a show is also a fantastic learning experience. At Noodle Performance Arts, we give all our students […]

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‘Performing is vital to build children’s characters’ – Education Secretary

Performing plays a crucial part in building children’s character, the Education Secretary has said. Organisations including the Association of School and College Leaders (ASCL) have previously expressed fears that creative arts are being squeezed out of school timetables due to a lack of funding. But Education Secretary Damian Hinds has now said activities like performing artswhich […]

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5 ways singing can help your child

Encouraging your child to sing is a fantastic way to support your child’s development. When parents think of ways to help their child at school, they often focus solely on core areas like reading, writing and maths. However, activities like singing also play an important role in helping young people to thrive both socially and […]

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MEET THE…all-round team player

At Noodle Performance Arts, teamwork is everything and we owe our success to everyone who plays a part from our very smallest pupils right up to our company directors. Our Meet the…’ series of blog posts are designed to introduce you to just some of the people who are part of our Noodle family. When […]

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Bite-sized ballets for children hit the big screen

We know from experience how much little ones love learning ballet and now they can enjoy watching it on the big screen as well. Northern Ballet has created a series of bite-sized ballets, designed to get young children interested in dancing and inspire them to have a go themselves. The Leeds-based dance company has produced […]

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