Learn by playing

Magic gives young people confidence and develops soft skills, unlocking potential.

Eyes light up, jaws drop and the new magicians can’t wait to show off their skills!

Magic is an effective tool to teach young people the soft skills they need to navigate through life.

Learning outcomes of our schools programs

Learn to work together harmoniously. Developing resilience.

Understanding perception: breaking down assumptions and judgements.

Becoming more emotionally aware and empathetic.

Learn strong storytelling and improvisation techniques.

Increased confidence and self belief.

Adopting the Magic Mindset.

More competent communicators.

Better presentation skills

Learn by Playing

Ignite Imagination

The students wonder how to develop a trick, they’re thinking on their feet. And with that, you ignite their imagination and excitement.

Inner Magic

If you don’t believe in your magic - nobody will. We help the kids develop their own characters and unleash their confidence.

Whole Body Communication

We teach the communication skills that magicians use to grab, and hold, the audience’s attention.

The Art of Storytelling

Pulling together the newly learned skills to deliver compelling performances.

What They’re Saying

“Abracademy provided an excellent service. A professional and personal service, ensuring that our children received lively and engaging sessions.
They taught our children across 8 weeks and the children couldn’t wait for their “magic” sessions each week ! They raced onto the playground to show their friends, parents and staff their new found skills!! I will be using the company again!”

Katy HornshawLower School Deputy Principal, Dwight School

“A huge thank you for allowing us to be part of such a wonderful and thought provoking project. The young women from Tallis had a wonderful time and were all really buzzing from the experience! We look forward to more wonderful collaborations in the future.”

Fiona LumsdenThomas Tallis Secondary School, London

“The dedication and tenacity required for learning magic are invaluable life skills for children to be developing at this age, but in addition Billy has developed a level of confidence and maturity way beyond his years.”

Sam MenezesOne of the student's mum

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