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Summer The BRIT School

29th July - 2nd August 2024

8:45am - 4:00pm

Summer The BRIT School

5th August - 9th August 2024

8:45am - 4:00pm



Fee £299 a week, two weeks £538

50% non refundable deposit required. Full payment required by 28th June 2024



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We are excited to bring you BRIT Summer, The BRIT School’s Summer school. This is a two week programme where children are invited to choose either a Creative/Media pathway or a Performing Arts pathway. Should you wish them to attend two weeks, if they should want they can mix and match the weeks, following the Creative/Media Pathway one week  then the Performing Arts.

We have passionate and highly skilled teachers delivering the courses. They are a mixture of The BRIT School teachers, BRIT Kids (The BRIT School’s Saturday school) and BRIT Alumni. They will be delivering the classes in our specialist studios with access to a wide range of equipment. These will be fun packed, creative fueled, energetic workshops that will challenge young people to try new experiences and build relationships along the way.




Creative and Media Arts Pathway. This consists of Photography, Art, Digital Design and Film Making:



BRIT Summer school offers an exciting Photography course that will explore Digital SLR photography. Alongside this, students can use one of our Mac suites to digitally enhance their work in Photoshop. Every lesson is practical in nature, giving students the practical knowledge to follow their own creative vision. With Digital SLRs, students will learn how to compose their shot, work with both natural light and studio set-ups, and develop their creative thinking by responding to briefs and reworking their pieces in Photoshop.  



Art offers a space for students to explore their creative potential and express themselves visually. Students  will be  introduced to a wide range of materials, from developing their observational and imaginative drawing skills to experimenting with digital image-making. They will explore both 2D and 3D work.Over the course of a week, students will produce a collection of works, both finished pieces and experimental works.



Digital Design has been designed to offer a wide selection of creative computing disciplines to students interested in creative and digital technology. Students will develop their computer skills and explore digital ways of expressing their creative ideas.

This is a very practical class with regular briefs, where the teacher works 1:1 and collaboratively with the students. Students will be set a task, develop ideas, experiment, and produce an outcome.



Film Making is a creative, fun and contemporary subject. It enables students to embrace their imagination and enter a place where their dreams and ideas can become reality. Students will develop their skills in storytelling, planning, filming, directing and producing before finally experiencing editing their footage using Final Cut Pro/Adobe Premiere Pro in the Mac suite. We promote teamwork, a particular strength that filmmaking provides, ensuring students gain long-term friendships with their peers.

At the end of each week, there will be an informal sharing of work across the creative and media disciplines.


Performing Arts Pathway. This consists of Dance, Singing, Theatre and Musical Theatre:



During the BRIT Summer school Dance classes, we will work on strength, flexibility and coordination through warm-ups and technical exercises. Dance offers students the opportunity to learn about posture, coordination and placement. Classes will encourage children to lose inhibitions and gain confidence while developing greater balance, flexibility, strength and musicality. We will cover several genres of dance including street/commercial, contemporary/lyrical and technical jazz.



In the younger classes children are introduced to a varied repertoire consisting of musical theatre, pop and jazz, so that they are able to develop their individual musical ears and learn to pick up new melodies quickly. There is focus on vocal expression, phrasing, breathing and dynamics to convey the right mood. General vocal technique areas are covered to gain a broad understanding, with an emphasis on breathing and articulation. Classes with older students are encouraged to aim for a high standard of work, and to be more explorative in their listening outside of class. Attention is given to finer details to help achieve a more precise result with focus on phrasing and rhythmic awareness



The theatre classes at BRIT autumn school allow students to be creative and develop work that they might not get the chance to create at school. The removal of grades and written work allows them to explore their own imaginations in an uninhibited way, which produces some very interesting work and allows each student to better understand their own strengths, weaknesses and passions when it comes to acting.  Our theatre classes are not about working to a tight script; instead, children are encouraged to improvise, work on physical theatre and develop their own characters. 


Musical Theatre

Students will work on scenes from different musicals including a scene into a song/dance number. They will take part in physical and vocal warm ups- before beginning to learn the key skills needed to be a musical theatre performer. This will be a high energy class bringing together dance, singing and theatre skills.At the end of each week, there will be an informal sharing day in a BRIT theatre to the other Performing arts students.

At the end of each week, there will be an informal sharing day in a BRIT theatre to the other Performing arts students.





Week 1: 29th July - 2nd August 2024 

Week 2: 5th August - 9th August 2024


Location: The BRIT School, Croydon