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Anna Fiorentini discusses how performing arts can improve confidence in children, and develop overall well-being and the ability to develop compassion for other human beings.
Join us for our free anti-bullying workshop! This event will use dance, singing, and drama to explore the effects of various types of bullying.
According to the Annual Bullying Survey 2017, of the young people that have been bullied in the last year 37% developed social anxiety, 36% developed depression, 24% had suicidal thoughts and 21% skipped class. These are worrying statistics, and something the Anna Fiorentini Theatre & Film School is committed to changing.
We are looking for 30 brave students from across our branches to take part in our Sponsored Spooky Walk / Sleepover taking place on Saturday 21st November in aid of the Fiorentini Foundation [registered charity no. 1140414]
Having your child engage in performing arts will greatly increase their chances of employability, help with their transition from primary to secondary school and enhance their early year’s development.
Read a blog entry by AF Principle, Anna Fiorentini and her exam experience.