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Spotlight on Jigsaw Sevenoaks

Performing arts for children in Sevenoaks

Every Saturday, come rain or shine, children across Sevenoaks come bursting through the entrance of Knole Academy, Bradbourne Vale Road, to take part in a morning filled with drama, singing and dance.

Knole Academy offers outstanding facilities and it is the perfect location for our Saturday sessions. Through Jigsaw’s sessions, children are given the opportunity to build on their confidence and social skills whilst gaining a unique insight into the performing arts.

Drama, singing and dance for children aged 3-18

Jigsaw Sevenoaks offers a wide range of classes for children aged 3-18

Little Ones take part in sessions lasting 90 minutes in total consisting of drama, singing and dance, whilst older children aged seven and upwards attend for three hours on a Saturday morning and receive performing arts training from tutors who are specialists in their subject.

Students in Sevenoaks often work towards end of term shows and presentations that take place at the Knole Academy. This term, children are on a technique term, meaning that they will be exploring different aspects of the performing arts, developing their skills in drama, singing and dance in classes led by a strong team of Jigsaw teachers.

Excellent staff

Students at the weekend school are coached by an excellent team of tutors. Sevenoaks’ Manager, Alexandria, who trained in both Classical Voice and Musical Theatre at Capilano University and The University of British Columbia in Vancouver, leads a team of teachers all of whom are incredibly passionate about the performing arts.

For further details regarding staff across Jigsaw schools, take a look at the teachers page on our website. 

Two week trial

Jigsaw offers a two week trial to new customers who are keen to try Jigsaw for a fortnight before committing to the full term.

For further details, take a look at the two week trial information on our website, or book now to secure your child’s place at Jigsaw Sevenoaks.