Meet Jaydyn who plays Young Simba in the Lion King International tour.
Meet some Wolsey Hall performing artists
Cedar in Australia
Anna in Cyprus
Ethan in Spain
Flexibility is key
With auditions, rehearsal commitments and performances, often travelling to various locations, it can leave little time for studies. At Wolsey Hall Oxford our young performers appreciate our structured, flexible curriculum and ongoing support from our Student Progress Managers (SPM) and Tutors.
Students set their own pace for learning and their SPM creates a bespoke timetable, which is especially useful for planning around upcoming performances. We understand the balance that your child must achieve and help you to reach this so they fulfil their ambitions and potential.
The benefits of homeschooling for creative children
Homeschooling with Wolsey Hall Oxford offers numerous benefits to creative children. They have the freedom to delve deeply into their creative pursuits, whether it’s performing arts, music, writing, or other forms of expression. They can allocate more time and resources towards developing their talents, engaging in hands-on projects, and seeking out mentors or specialised classes. Additionally, homeschooling with Wolsey Hall provides a flexible schedule that accommodates the creative process, enabling children to embrace their individual rhythms and pursue inspiration whenever it strikes.
If you’re thinking of enrolling your child at Wolsey Hall Oxford and you’d like to know more about what we do or how to enrol, please get in touch. We’re ready to enrol new students throughout the academic year.