Free active, inclusive & neurodiverse edutainment created for preschool and KS1 children
Developed during Lockdown – when world-renowned family entertainment business, Dazzle & Fizz, moved their live events online – and in production for the last 12 months, the team have worked with an educational consultant and West End producers, along with their in-house actors, to provide exciting online edutainment – grounded in the the seven pillars of Early Years Education – for a neurodiverse audience aged 3-7 years.
The Dazzle & Fizz Club app is free to download on iOS and Android, and shareable with children via any device, or cast to a television. The shows have been carefully developed to provide safe and valuable screen time for either joint or independent learning and whether at nursery, school or at home, provide various levels of interaction.
“My son is on the spectrum and he really loves the videos. They keep him entertained when I’m busy and it also means I don’t need to skip annoying and inappropriate ads, which really upset my son. I’ve been telling all my friends about it.” Marie
“I like how safe and sweet the content is and lots of singing is definitely a hit in our house. We’re delighted to be “in the club” and look forward to seeing what’s coming next!” Jayne
Positive role models
Led by a diverse cast of positive role-models in a format designed specifically for Generation Alpha, The Dazzle & Fizz Club is a safe, educational and positive introduction to life online for pre-school and primary school aged children.
The Clubhouse is divided in to 7 ‘rooms’ – Move, read, make, explore, experiment, count and feel. Each room is hosted by a relatable, engaging and unique character, who bring these themes to life for our young audience.
Supported by catchy original music, magical stories and a theatrical script, The Dazzle & Fizz Club is binge-worthy in a healthy, educational and valuable way. As much as the children will fall in love with our characters, their parents will happy that their children are engaging in such positive content; a welcome break from social-media content with variable quality and limited educational outcomes.
In the last three years, the likelihood of young people having a mental health problem has increased by 50%. In 2022, five children in a classroom of 30 are likely to have a mental health problem. Now, more than ever, do our children need real-life role models, who they can relate to, whatever their background, socio-economic circumstances or personal identity.