21st August 2017
With social media demands and increased pressure at school, it is no wonder that many children are left feeling a little overwhelmed at times. From tots to teens, children are constantly trying to work out their place in the world and to make sense of where and how they fit in.
One of the best ways of doing this is through performing arts, which has been credited in helping to boost confidence, self-esteem and to give youngsters the skills they need to build friendships.
At Razzamataz Theatre Schools, the ethos is to create an environment where every single child can flourish and fulfil their potential. Through this, students can positively impact every part of their lives.
The confidence needed to succeed in every area of life is also something that Razzamataz prides themselves on.
Classes at Razzamataz cover the three disciplines of dance, drama and acting and through role play and learning, children start to discover that they can push beyond their own boundaries and dream big to achieve their dreams.
Denise Hutton-Gosney, MD and Founder of Razzamataz, explains:
"We have a hashtag that we use on much of our social media #BelieveInYou to emphasis that the most important lesson that we can teach the children in our schools is to have self-belief. For a child to succeed in any area of life, they need to combine this with a strong work ethic, the ability to work well with others and a positive attitude. All of these life skills are things that we teach throughout all of our schools, which is why we have such lovely testimonials from parents."
Whether children are returning to school or starting somewhere new, friendships are a hugely important part of a child’s happiness. Participation in the arts is a wonderful way for every child to learn the social skills needed to develop friendships. From being in an environment with other like-minded young people or using the thrill of being in a show to bond with their classmates, lifelong friendships are often made at Razzamataz.
Razzamataz Theatre Schools is a franchise part-time theatre school business with almost 50 schools up and down the UK. The classes are open to all children from the ages of 2 to 18 and the ethos of creating an environment where every student should have the opportunity to be energetic, to gain confidence and to make friends whilst having lots of fun is evident in all the schools across the UK.
There are several new schools opening this September with more in the pipeline for the following year. Business owners come from a range of backgrounds with a common link being that they all want a business that fits flexibly around their lifestyle. Whether it’s taking the stress out of doing the school runs every day combined with being able to take off all school holidays or working part-time elsewhere the flexibility of running a theatre school with the backing of an experienced franchisor is very appealing.
4th July 2018
Razzamataz was delighted to be among the winners at the bfa Awards 2018.
28th June 2018
Razzamataz Theatre Schools is offering a special financing incentive for new franchisees.
15th June 2018
Razzamataz Theatre Schools have developed a training system that works for all.
12th June 2018
Are working-class children are being denied the opportunity to participate in Performing Arts due to rising costs of training?
4th June 2018
Two Razzamataz Theatre Schools franchisees have been announced as finalist in bfa awards.
14th May 2018
Razzamataz was delighted to exclusively host Kerry Ellis’s singing and performing masterclasses in Scotland, Sheffield and London for its students.
1st May 2018
Razzamataz discuss franchisees exit strategy because with the right support in place the potential resale value is an exciting prospect.
27th April 2018
To add to its long list of awards, incentives and support initiatives, Razzamataz Theatre Schools has launched a new incentive for franchisees.
24th April 2018
Razzamataz Early Years Franchise has been created for people wanting to work in the children’s performing arts industry.
3rd April 2018
Students from Razzamataz Tonbridge got the opportunity to dance with Darcey Bussell.
23rd March 2018
Razzamataz Theatre School in Sutton Coldfield are supporting a Ugandan student to attend school.
22nd March 2018
Razzamataz Theatre Schools is backing ITV’s This Morning’s newly launched Be Kind Campaign.
13th March 2018
Razzamataz Theatre Schools has joined the ranks of the elite after their own franchisees provided feedback for an industry survey for a second year in a row.
23rd February 2018
To help to encourage youngsters to try something new, Razzamataz Theatre Schools is hosting a National Bring a Friend Day.
8th February 2018
Teamwork triumphed at the, Dragons' Den backed, Razzamataz Theatre Schools franchise conference.
23rd January 2018
Aspiring Razzamataz performers are given the chance to work with a top industry professional.
18th December 2017
Razzamataz have started preparation for GDPR already so they have plenty of time to make sure their Principals are fully up to date when the new regulations come into force in May 2018.
1st December 2017
Razzamataz students travelled to Disneyland® Paris for a special performance opportunity.
27th October 2017
Youngsters from Razzamataz Cambridge will be performing alongside Collabro.
20th October 2017
Razzamataz Theatre Schools children take part in a special performance during Disneyland® Paris anniversary.
16th October 2017
Youngsters from Razzamataz Theatre Schools have been raising money for the company’s charity Future Fund.
9th October 2017
Razzamataz Theatre Schools fully support the development of the hundreds of teachers who work across the network of theatre schools.
2nd October 2017
National Work Life Week gives the opportunity for both employers and employees to focus on well-being and creating a good work-life balance.
18th September 2017
Scholarship winners will be taking up their places with their local Razzamataz schools in September.
1st August 2017
Razzamataz franchise has once again supported its students in helping them achieve their professional dreams of working in the performing arts industry.
It was 10 years ago that I left hairdressing and for anyone thinking that it is too late to change their careers I would say step out of your comfort zone and just do it. I never thought I would be able to and it’s the best thing I have done and wished I’d done it years ago!Pam Dixon, Razzamataz Dumfries
The support from Head Office is fantastic and they are always there to listen and to guide you through. You are getting advertising/marketing ideas, contacts and systems provided for you that you may not have if you were to open an independent school.Amy Latchman, Razzamataz Rickmansworth.
I specifically wanted to go for a franchise, and in particular Razzamataz because of the support from Head Office and other Principals. This is a network of theatre school owners so you are in business for yourself but not by yourself.Alison Beveridge, Razzamataz Durham.
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