Circus Programs

The Circus Crew for Schools: Lessons for life, with a touch of magic...

For over a decade, The Circus Crew has been injecting a touch of magic into the curriculum with our very special circus program for schools. From early years through to secondary levels, we offer a rich seam of skills and experiences that all pupils can draw from.

Activities include juggling, floor displays, balance routines, drama incursions – and much more. On top of the sheer joy of joining in, participation boosts confidence and concentration levels, builds invaluable teamwork skills, improves co-ordination and uncovers hidden talents.

Ready to discover what the circus can bring to your school? Check out the below links to explore what’s possible.

“The parents were astounded and blown away! They were particularly impressed that all the children were "stars" and they all had the opportunity to shine.”

Julie Wilkinson, Principal, Solway Primary School

“As the Performing Arts Co-ordinator, I was extremely happy with the way Little Devils worked in with the school. Our communication was clear and the concert ran smoothly with fantastic parent feedback. Our best Concert Ever. Thank You!”

Kingswood Primary School

“It was an absolutely wonderful experience for the students, parents and staff. One we will never forget.It was so rewarding to watch the students' efforts along with their broad smiles. They were so, so proud of their achievements and accomplishments!. The performance was well timed, choreographed, glittering costumes and disciplined. The students knew what to do and it was wonderful to see the continued support offered by the trainers throughout the show. The night was a huge success, and I knew that it would be well received and appreciated by everyone once they saw the finished product.”

Gayle Cope, Principal, Wattle Park Primary School

“Thanks for the whole Little Devils experience. The trainer was FANTASTIC and had great rapport with the students. They were very skilled in their teaching throughout, extremely well organised, and we would love to do it all again next year!”

Sandringham Primary School

“This week at our Transition program for the new prep students who are to join our school next year, there was a little fellow who was reluctant and reticent. One of our year 5 students- Juan pulled out three of his own juggling balls and proceeded to entertain him and bring a smile to that little ones face! So the skills will live on – not just for a one off school performance.”

Gayle Cope, Principal, Wattle Park Primary School