In the dynamic world of children’s activities, recognition is not merely a feather in the cap; it’s a testament to dedication, innovation, and impact. As a small business, every accolade carries immense significance, validating our efforts and propelling us forward. Recently, our pride swelled as Sue Ross, the visionary behind Choirs4Kids, was honored with the prestigious title of Best Activity for Kids age 5 to 12 in the National What’s On 4 Kids Awards. Allow us to share why this achievement holds such profound importance for us and how we’re setting our sights on global recognition.

At Choirs4Kids, our journey has been one fueled by passion for nurturing young voices and fostering a love for music. We stand apart not as a franchise, but as a grassroots initiative deeply rooted in our local community. Winning the Best Activity for Kids award signifies more than just a trophy; it’s a validation of our unique approach, our unwavering commitment, and the transformative impact we’ve had on young lives.

Being recognized as the best in our category, amidst a sea of contenders, underscores the effectiveness of our programs and the resonance they have with children and families. It’s a testament to Sue Ross’ vision, her tireless dedication, and the collective efforts of our team. Moreover, it showcases the potential of small businesses to make a significant mark in their respective industries, even without the backing of a franchise model.


Yet, as we celebrate this milestone, our gaze remains steadfastly fixed on the horizon. Our next aspiration? Global recognition. The question arises: How do we achieve this?

First and foremost, it requires a continuation of what we do best: delivering exceptional experiences that leave a lasting impression. Consistency in quality, innovation in approach, and a genuine passion for our craft are non-negotiables. Our focus must always be on exceeding expectations and surpassing benchmarks, not just meeting them.

Secondly, building strategic partnerships and alliances can significantly amplify our reach. Collaborating with like-minded organizations, both locally and internationally, not only extends our network but also lends credibility to our brand on a global scale. We continue to talk with School of The Air and School of Isolated and Distance Education to find time in their timetables for our singing program. Homeschool programs in the USA are also interested in our activities.

Additionally, actively pursuing opportunities for industry recognition and participation in international forums, conferences, and competitions can elevate our profile and position us as thought leaders in the global arena. We participate in British Singing Teachers workshops and Selective Mutism conferences to build connections on a global scale.

Lastly, fostering a strong community of supporters and advocates, both online and offline, serves as our greatest asset. Word-of-mouth referrals, positive reviews, and testimonials carry immense weight and can exponentially increase our visibility and reputation worldwide.

In conclusion, while winning awards like the Best Activity for Kids age 5 to 12 is a remarkable achievement in itself, it’s merely a stepping stone towards our larger ambition of global recognition. Through a combination of unwavering dedication, strategic initiatives, and a relentless pursuit of excellence, we’re confident that Choirs4Kids will continue to shine brightly on the global stage, inspiring young hearts and voices around the world.