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The BRIT school launches a BRIT Kids Saturday school in Corby, BRIT Kids at Brooke Weston Trust

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  • Tobi Deeson


BRIT Kids was set up by The BRIT School to offer Performing and Creative Arts classes to the local community on a Saturday. 16 years later, 600 children participate in BRIT Kids community classes in South London every week at The BRIT School. We are excited to announce that it is this 16 years’ experience that we’re bringing to Corby. Launching in September 2018, in partnership with The Brooke Weston Trust at Corby Business Academy, we will be offering a selection of Performing and Creative Arts Classes.

Brooke Weston Trust are absolutely thrilled to have forged a partnership with the BRIT School in order to offer a bespoke tailored arts package for students aged 8-15.  The BRIT School have over 25 years of experience of arts education, encouraging each individual to work in a creative, co-operative and collaborative manner.

For more information and an application form go to: and follow the BRIT kids links

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