Tap, ballet, modern and freestyle dancing for children three years old plus. We also touch on the basics of the Cha cha cha, foxtrot, jive, quickstep, rumba, tango, Viennese waltz and the waltz, as part of the syllabus work.
The teachers go further to help students accomplish complex steps by repeatedly practising them with the help of a barre, starting slowly before building up the speed, splitting into groups to practise as well as other learning techniques.
Yearly examinations take place; dancers are not put in for them until they have achieved the high standard we teach to. It’s great for exercise and gaining knowledge of a specialist subject, progressing all the time. It’s not all serious; we have fun too!
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Miss Rachel Blower began dancing from a very young age and pursued it to gain a teaching qualification in dance. She excelled in her Associate Professional exam in 2010, passing with 91 percent. Innovative in the dances she choreographs, she always brings an element of fun to learning the art of dancing.
Miss Collette Riggs has danced since she was very young and stuck with it to acquire a teaching qualification in dance. She succeeded with an 82 percent pass in 2013. She enjoys dance thoroughly and being able to express herself through dance just adds to her creativity.
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