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FHS alumnae at Jazz it Up Kids

FHS alumnae at Jazz it Up Kids
(L-R) Olivia Muccio, Lale Nicoletti and Asia Nicoletti
(L-R) Olivia Muccio, Lale Nicoletti and Asia Nicoletti
Class of 1988 alumna Lale Nicoletti is Company Director and Creator of the performing arts language learning company 'Jazz it Up Kids', photographed here with Class of 2019 alumna Olivia Muccio and Class of 2016 Asia Nicoletti, who is Lale's daughter. Both girls have worked at the company, which provides English language courses for children, taught through five core creative activities: acting, singing, movement, workbook projects and art and craft, with the aim of enhancing the learning of English in a fun way.

If any FHS alumni (or pupils aged over 16!) are interested in working for Jazz it Up Kids, they run a summer camp in July and August in Marylebone. Please do contact me at if you are interested.

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