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Cherrystars Values

Cherrystars are passionate about the benefits that the performing arts have in early childhood development. It’s no big secret that getting children involved in the performing arts can have major payoffs in a child’s educational life. After all, research shows that children who sing/dance/act are four times more likely to be recognised for academic achievement compared with their non-performing friends — and they tend to have enhanced cognitive, motor, physical, linguistic and social development. However, the benefits don’t end there. The performing arts can enrich your child’s life in all sorts of surprising ways.

It can help develop intrinsic human qualities, such as creativity, expression, identity, culture and imagination. As well as helping to preserve our cultural heritage, it enables young children to develop their own languages which help shape their individual, community and global identity.

The performing arts can also impact positively on confidence, self-esteem, personal, emotional development and behavioural health, breaking down language barriers, cultural prejudices or societal differences.

Our core values at Cherrystars are Communication, Creativity, Confidence Building and Community.


Gently encouraging both our shy and confident students to step outside their comfort zone in order to develop their communication skills is a vital part of our curriculum.

Confidence Building

We strive to create a positive, affirming and warm atmosphere to ensure students feel comfortable in order to grow and openly express themselves.


Our curriculum aims to ignite and unleash our student’s creativity by stimulating their imaginations and encouraging them to think outside the box.


Community is at the heart of our classes. Cherrystars are privileged to be part of both our local community and the performing arts community. To have our students and parents feel part of a wider family when they join our school remains one of our core priorities.
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