The Stephens Hall is used by a number of local groups. We’re pleased to introduce some of them to you:
At diddi dance we realise and encourage endless enthusiasm and energy in an action packed, full of fun 45-minute dance class.
Classes are suitable for toddlers when they are steady on their feet, so to see if your toddler will enjoy it why not contact us today to request a trial.
Our maths programme helps children of all ages and ability levels to develop maths skills and a love of numbers. Our students are aged two to older children and each one is assessed at the beginning of their Kumon journey to ensure they work at just the right level. Study is set according to ability, regardless of age or school year, making it the obvious choice for any student wanting to progress or excel in maths.
The programme goes right from the very basics of recognising numbers all the way to complex mathematical theories in small steps, building ability gradually along the way. We believe that every child has the potential to succeed in maths and our experienced instructors support them to achieve this. Students acquire an ability to self-learn while developing understanding and fluency of each topic before moving on to another.
Are you retired or semi-retired and living in North London? Then North London U3A could be for you.
The NLU3A think that lifelong learning should be a pleasure – it need never stop. They can offer you a chance to learn new skills and perhaps persuade you to share your own specialist skills and provide the opportunity to meet new like-minded people.
NLU3A offers over 50 interest groups whose meetings are held in people’s homes or large venues across Finchley, Muswell Hill and Highgate. Subjects covered include humanities, arts & crafts, music & dance, foreign languages, together with social and historic aspects of London and walks both local and further afield.
There is also a monthly meeting where you can meet up with friends both old and new, to hear talks on varied and interesting subjects by one of our invited speakers.
U3A Playreading is an informal group that meets fortnightly at on Wednesdays from 2 - 4p.m.
We borrow plays from the library to read and enjoy. No acting experience is necessary, just a love of plays. We are also not gender specific, and we change parts around so that everyone has a chance to join in.
For more details, contact Linda Sansom.
Every Monday after school…
Stage Academy Jrs 4-6s (4.30-5.30pm)
Stage Academy Jrs. is an exciting, high energy class combining fun drama activities and games, singing, dancing and the power of imagination into one life changing experience that will help your child to make new friends, express their individuality and prepare them for the adventures and challenges of growing up.
Whether your child is already a bundle of confidence or an inquisitive observer just waiting to come out of their shell, our industry leading teaching team helps every child to explore and grasp their full potential. All of our teachers have trained at renowned performing arts schools or have years of theatrical experience (or both!) so they’re fully equipped to help your child get the most out of our classes.
Stage Academy 7-12s (4-6pm)
Stage Academy is an innovative and unique part-time performing arts school for 6 to 18 year olds. Committed to bringing out the full potential of every student we work exclusively with industry professional teachers to deliver our tailor made curriculum. Every week students receive tuition in acting, singing, dancing and a termly specialist subject to capture their imagination.
As well as nurturing incredible performers, Stage Academy’s ethos is to inspire its students with the self-confidence, teamwork, ambition and responsibility they need to achieve success in everything they do.