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Helpful Info

Can I just turn up?

It is best to get in touch before you attend a class so we can make sure there is space and it is the correct class for you. You can give us a call or send an email and we will arrange your free trial.

How many students are in each class?

It varies from class to class, generally between 10-30 currently. In classes with higher numbers we usually have an older student on hand to help assist with younger pupils shoe changes etc.

Do I need previous experience?

For the majority of classes no. We love teaching everyone to dance no matter what level of experience they have. We have a few classes for more advanced pupils so it's best to send an email and double check which class is the correct one for you.

Can I stay to watch?

We do not have anyone watching lessons, currently we still have some of our covid measures in place and parents drop off at the door and collect from the door.

What do I need to bring?

For your first lesson we suggest you bring a bottle of water and wear comfortable clothes. We have a uniform but we do not expect you to get that until you have attended for at least a month and no you wish to stay with us.

How do I register?

Once you have had a free trial and you wish to return for another class please fill in the registration form on this website. Once you have competed this you will be sent a welcome email in the next few days with all the information you require. We communicate mostly by email so please ensure it is correct on the registration form.

How do I purchase uniform?

Click on the uniform tab on this website and find all 

Does everyone do the show and take exams?

Every pupils takes part in our show, we do one show a year which is usually the first weekend of July. Exams are for our Saturday pupils, all lessons on a Saturday are based on the BTDA syllabus as we are a fully accredited BTDA school.

What can you tell me about the teachers?

All of our staff have a current DBS certificate and are first aid trained. Our teachers range from fully qualified school teachers to current professional dancers and choreographers and all have a wealth of knowledge and experience to pass on to our pupils. The school director and principal Miss Amy is a fully qualified teacher with BTDA (British theatre dance association).

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