My daughter Melissa has been going to ACTiv for nearly 4 years now.She has loved it since the day she first started there.Everone treats my daughter well and she learns alot from all the teachers.
My 7yr old daughter Kate has been at ACTiv for 3 years. She loves it & never wants to miss a class. It's relaxed & lots of fun! The best part about ACTiv (apart from the awesome teaching) is the beautiful role models she had around her. The ACTiv group of teens are such lovely kids & treat Kate & myself with so much respect! I love the positive influence & behaviour they all have on her. Charrisse is always there for us parents & is open & positive! The best thing I've ever done for my Kate!
This studio is an amazing studio where students make friends and have fun. ACTiv has the most supportive and lovely staff that welcome you with joy ! My daughter has learnt so much in the past 2-3 years. I can not believe how much Charisse and the other amazing staff have taught My daughter. She is so happy at ACTiv and will never leave there. With amazing staff you have an amazing studio ! There new place is amazing and there are a lot of new facilities that kids and adults love. Bringing your child to ACTiv is the best thing you would ever do.
ACTiv Elite Performers is a great place for any young person to attend. Drama , dance and singing is exceptional and I have seen my daughter develop confidence in the short time she has attended. The teachers are talented, kind and encourage the children to do their best. It is a lovely, nurturing environment where they are guaranteed to have fun and believe in themselves!!!!
My son has been part of the Activ drama school for two years. In that time his confidence has soared. We've watched him on stage in some awesome productions and he's loved every minute of it thanks to the super creative and talented instructors. He's a proud performer with the Activ gang.
4 Reasons why Performing Arts is more than just a hobby
It's frustrating when something their child enjoys is ranked lower on a parent's priority list when compared to their grades at school. Is it really more important for a painfully shy 8 year old to have top grades than developing confidence? Their grades at school won't help them stick up for themselves in the playground and coming first in their maths class won't help them sell their skills in a job interview. But taking part in the performing arts will help and this is why... Read more