With the use of metal plates on tap shoes, tap dancers use their feet like drums to create percussive sounds and rhythmic patterns.
Tap is a lively and vigorous form of dance that teaches rhythm and musical timing. With many physical benefits, tap builds stamina and co-ordination while cognitive abilities are also enhanced as tap dancers must develop both mental and muscle memory to become proficient at tapping.
From learning the basics, each grade builds on technique and musical timing. As muscle memory develops, students are encouraged to challenge themselves as their skills and musicality improve.
Besides being a lot of fun, while singing, acting and dancing, musical theatre is a wonderful confidence booster for kids. It teaches them to express themselves, to be creative and builds their imagination. Communicating and working with peers, they learn about stagecraft and the theatre.
Teaching about the voice and how it works, students participate in a range of acting and singing activities where they learn to develop characters, express different emotions and perform scripted pieces.
Danced to contemporary, pop music and straying from traditional ballet, the basics of jazz still requires the discipline and understanding of classical technique. Vibrant and energetic, jazz dance combines physical exercise and performance skills, teaching students body isolation and contraction, and increasing strength, flexibility and stamina required for Jazz’s strong fast movements.
As students progress, they build stamina & flexibility, & develop technical skills while enhancing self-expression & confidence. Examinations are offered in Jazz, Tap, Ballet, Contemporary, Theatrical Dance and Acrobatic Arts Syllabus. As performance skills develop, older students may participate in competitions
A popular street style incorporating the latest dance moves performed to Hip Hop and R’n’B music. It is unique in that it allows students to perform with freedom of movement, adding in their own personalities. It is not as strict in terms of discipline when compared to other dance styles.
Today's dancers require acrobatics as part of their performing skills repertoire. 'Acro' is a mix between gymnastics and dance incorporating flips, jumps and balancing tricks. Its high-energy relies on cor strength, agility and coordination, and is a great tool to improve your flexibility.
Our classes are properly structured with appropriate crash mat equipment. Students learn the basic gymnastic exercises, how to tumble and roll correctly, cartwheels, bridges and jumps before moving onto more complicated aerials, flips and tricks.
Our acrobatics teacher is trained and registered with Acrobatic Arts, a training and certification courses for dance teachers in the art of AcroDance.
A modern dance style using the body’s natural lines and energy. Requiring a strong technique, it is an expressive style that combines elements of both classical ballet and modern dance. Movements are more abstract and fluid, permitting a greater range of movement and interpretation than conventional dance techniques.
The choice of 3 x 30minute classes introducing children to the foundations of classical ballet, jazz and tap.
One of the most graceful forms of self-expression, classical ballet is the most formal of the ballet styles as it adheres to traditional ballet technique. As the foundation for all dance styles, classical ballet develops a strong, disciplined technique and awareness of the body, as well as teaching grace, elegance and line, all essential qualities for every dancer.