Budding stars can step into spotlight

Melanie Namora of Aubin Grove with special needs co-ordinator Tatam Rosato and Sabrina’s Showstoppers principal Sabrina McGarraghy. Picture: Martin Kennealey www.communitypix.com.au d401900
Melanie Namora of Aubin Grove with special needs co-ordinator Tatam Rosato and Sabrina’s Showstoppers principal Sabrina McGarraghy. Picture: Martin Kennealey www.communitypix.com.au d401900

Ms McGarraghy is set to offer performing arts and fitness classes for children with special needs.

The Sabrina’s Showstoppers owner, principal and director said the classes would aim to improve confidence, motor skills, coordination, rhythm, balance and flexibility.

‘As we have a very encouraging environment, we have been able to accommodate those students with mild special needs,’ she said.

‘But for those students that have more severe special needs I felt it would be so much better for them to have their own class designed exclusively for them, supported with a specialised teacher, so that we can focus on their individual needs and help them to get the most out of their classes with us.’

Ms McGarraghy said the goal was to enable students to each feel empowered to the best of their ability in a safe, happy and encouraging environment.

Showstopper Plus classes start on July 26, with an introductory workshop on June 28.

For more information, email tinyshow@tpi.com.au or visit www.sabrinasshowstoppers.com.au .