Click videos below to hear testimonials from teachers

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“Student of Life came highly recommended by a member of staff and other schools within our borough. My expectations were exceeded! The children were enthused, excited and inspired by the performance. They really thought about the poetry/lyrics they produced during the workshop. Thank you very much, I will be in contact in the future”
- Humanities Subject Leader, Oakington Manor School

“As Gifted and Talented Coordinator for my school, I was in search of a workshop that could meet the needs of the diverse range of children I have in my group. I was thoroughly impressed with how stimulating and captivating the ‘Science of Rap’ session was and how well BREIS interacted with all the children. They all remained engaged and were eager to present what they had learnt to the rest of the group by the end of the session. I will highly recommend this to any school or organisation who are in search of a creative and inspirational workshop that is guaranteed to motivate and inspire children of all ages.”
 - Fiona Solomon, Gifted and Talented Coordinator, Randal Cremer Primary School

“The workshops were inspirational and fun! Student of Life created an environment where the students were learning about science without even realising it and were able to express themselves freely.
It was in a language they understood and they thoroughly enjoyed it”
- Zehra Jaffer, Assistant Head teacher, Wallington County Grammar School

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“Student of Life boosted the children’s confidence, raised their self esteem and encouraged team work.
It brought fun to learning and the teachers thought it was fab too”
- Sonia Marquis, Yr 5 Teacher. St Paul’s Way Community School

“I just wanted to say a massive thank you with all my heart for the whole experience that you gave
us, pure brilliance”
- Henry Worger, pupil (14), Highbury School

“Professionalism was top notch, they really know their stuff. It was fantastic!”
- Adam White, Gifted and Talented Co-ordinator, Bonneville primary School




“An exceptional lesson, the rap performer was excellent, he inspired them to think, captured the class’ attention and got them writing their own rap poems. They looked at attitudes to life, not having all the answers but still having a “have a go” attitude, good BLP skills apparent”
- Sohanniee McCullough, Park High School

I enjoyed making our own lyrics. We could see our ability. Breis was great and he understood how we felt”
- Yr 7 student

I just wanted to say how fantastic Karl was with his rap workshop for our ESOL family day (English for Speakers of Other Languages). He was really great at engaging and helping visitors with a low level of English in building their confidence in learning new words. It was a really positive and uplifting session bringing out themes of self-confidence and can do attitudes.
- Rosie Bullimore, Adult events programmer, Museum of London Docklands

“Exciting and challenging, very well delivered. The best part of the day was the performance and quality of the children’s work. The children loved it!”

- Extended Schools Co-ordinator, Loxford School of Science Technology

“Dear Breis, thank you for coming to Unicorn school to talk about your rapping. My favourite rap was – wahala because it was really cool and I liked singing the chorus. I think you must be really clever to make up all the rhymes and be able to remember them.”
- Luke Jackson, Yr 4, Unicorn Primary School

“All children and adults involved in the workshops haven’t stopped talking about them. They loved performing and are now writing their own raps in class. It’s even inspired the parents to write some! Thank you
- Head Teacher, Bonneville Primary School