Taylors Encore

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Taylors Encore

Postby Rea » Mon Mar 26, 2012 9:03 pm

Hello everyone, has anyone tried or sent their precious ones to this centre? Would appreciate any comments. Thank you

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Re: Taylors Encore

Postby Monster Mummy » Tue Mar 27, 2012 9:23 am

Rea wrote:Hello everyone, has anyone tried or sent their precious ones to this centre? Would appreciate any comments. Thank you

Hi,
May I understand are you referring to the one at Thomson. If that is the centre, they have course in speech and drama and music. Recently, I understand that they just started public speaking. I would say that their course for speech and drama is good because it did bring out confident and speaking for girl who had been there for 2 years.
I would recommend that you can call and talk yo their staff or principal who are very friendly and helpful. He is also the person in charge of Lcentral Thomson.

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Re: Taylors Encore

Postby Rea » Tue Mar 27, 2012 9:23 pm

Thank you for your reply Monster Mummy. Yes, its the one along Upper Thomson Road. I have spoken to the person in charge; its a lady called Saro. Dunno if its the same person you are referring to. I just wanted some feedback from parents who have sent their kids there before signing up cos' they are rather pricey. Their deposit and registration fees are higher than Lorna Whiston. You seem to have given them credit. May I know at what age your girl joined their Speech and Drama?
And they are going to start a Kinderbeat music programme for 2-4 year olds. Wonder if anyone has tried this....

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Re: Taylors Encore

Postby Monster Mummy » Tue Mar 27, 2012 10:17 pm

Hi,
Yes, Saro is the administrator over there. The staff there are quite friendly and I admit the price is a bit ex but I did see the result on my girl who join them at the age of five. She is able to speak up and conquer the stage fright. One good thing about their speech and drama programme is children encounter two stage performance. This will help train the kids.

Maybe you have to check whether your kids like the class or environment as ultimately is the kids who must enjoy.

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Re: Taylors Encore

Postby Rea » Wed Mar 28, 2012 10:04 pm

True, I agree, its up to our kids' preference. Well, its good to know that you've seen positive results in your daughter. Shall request for a trial perhaps...... thank you

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Re: Taylors Encore

Postby N.Lo » Fri Mar 30, 2012 12:50 am

There is another famous speech and drama centre that seems good at thomson area. It is called Helen O Grady. Anyone has feedback on it?

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Re: Taylors Encore

Postby Monster Mummy » Fri Mar 30, 2012 7:39 am

N.Lo wrote:There is another famous speech and drama centre that seems good at thomson area. It is called Helen O Grady. Anyone has feedback on it?

Hi,
This Taylor Encore is franchise of Helen O Grady programme. I can't remember where is their HQ, maybe you would like to check with the centre.

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