Noodle in School and Nursery
At Noodle Performance Arts we offer a range of classes and workshops for schools and nurseries. We manage all class administration and payments using our online Noodle Customer Management System, taking the hard work away from schools. Where the school or nursery are paying for our sessions, we offer an affordable, flat-rate per teacher – as we know how tightly your budgets are squeezed!
Noodle Performance Arts runs educational and entertaining after-school classes at schools within it’s areas.. Our after-school programme is fun and engaging and perfectly complements arts and PE teaching within school. Our classes help pupils build their confidence and self-esteem as well as learning important new skills.
We a range of sessions including:
- Performing Arts (Dance, Drama & Singing)
- Dance (a variety of styles)
- Street Dance
- Musical Theatre
- Singing/Glee Club
All our staff have enhanced CRB status and are fully insured. We are also able to manage all parent communications and payments ourselves if your school prefers. To find out more about how we can work with your school, contact us now.
Are you looking for something different to offer the children at your nursery? Performing arts and dance are great ways to nurture children’s confidence and self-esteem as well as develop their communication and gross motor skills.
We already run a number of classes at private nurseries throughout the South Yorkshire and Cheshire areas. We can offer performing arts, dance and tots classes in a nursery environment and sessions usually last between 30 and 45 minutes depending on the age of the children. Classes can be charged to the nursery or direct to parents.
To find out more about our nursery classes, please get in touch with our team today.
Noodle can supply a wide range of workshops for your nursery, children’s centre, school or other setting. We can design a bespoke session tailored to your needs or you can choose from one of our existing sessions. As well as workshops for youngsters, we also offer sessions where both parents and children can work together.
Examples of the workshops we offer include:
Bringing Books to Life
At Noodle, we specialise in sessions that bring children’s books to life and ignite the imagination! We have a range of very popular sessions, including The Gruffalo, Every Bunny Dance, Box of Tricks and The Very Hungry Caterpillar. We are happy to work with any book you choose. Just let us know the book you would like and we will put together an exciting and engaging workshop for your class.
We can deliver workshops which fit in with a variety of themes and topics. These include The Pied Piper, Space, Seasons and People Who Help Us. Please get in touch with us to discuss your own ideas and requirements.
Poetry and Rhyming
Children get to grips with poems and rhymes by looking at poetry they already know, learning new verses and having a go at making up their own.
Workshop to help parents develop confidence with storytelling and equipping them with tools and techniques they can use at home to encourage children to develop their own stories.
Sessions for special occasions
Sometimes workshops should simply be fun. If you are planning an event, celebration or a treat, we can come along and provide an entertaining session to larger groups of children.
To find out more about how we can help you, please contact us.
Bookstart Event, Sheffield
“Thank you so much for your help and support today, we’ve had lots of lovely feedback, Noodle Performance Arts are definitely a favourite!”
Anne Frost, Sheffield Early Years Schools Library Service
Circus Themed Workshop
“What the children experienced was unique to them, time to be themselves, time to have fun and to enjoy, take delight and be applauded. Having applause is something many children will never experience, so, hardly any wonder our children took great delight in their Noodle Workshop.”
Havercroft Children’s Centre
“Many times I have seen the child who is shy about putting up his or her hand to answer or ask a question in class blossom in confidence after becoming involved in the performing arts.”
Chris Gorski, Retired Headteacher