LATEST: Sat 1st July Dance cancelled due to school function, apologies. •NEW Sept 2017 classes Book Now
Dance classes, strictly for children, based on all those famous ballroom & Latin American dance styles like the Cha Cha Cha, Jive, Waltz and Quickstep.
These classes are aimed at children showing an interest in learning to dance some the most popular and exciting dance styles, or those who already dance and show a real flare for doing more.
The classes are taught during school terms by highly qualified, professional dance teachers with a captivating way of teaching children and give great opportunities for children who begin to show a real talent for these dances.
The classes teach the famous ballroom & Latin American dances, starting from the easy basics to exciting and challenging variations. The children will learn to work together as well as developing good posture, poise and stylish technique for themselves.
There is a good balance between enjoying the fun aspects of the dance in harmony with learning something new and challenging for children, and will certainly prove a great way of staying fit and active.
Our teachers are all fully qualified and e-CRB checked every three years.
There are two locations on two different days where the children's classes take place:
Claverton Community Hall, Bath BA2 6DT
6-10yrs 4pm - 5pm
Competitor Class 5pm - 6.30pm
New Oriel Hall,
Brookleaze Buildings, Larkhall, Bath, Avon BA1 6RA
6-10yrs 4pm - 5pm
10-18yrs 5pm - 6pm
Next join dates from Sept 2017.
£6 first lesson only trial, then payments per half term. Booking forms to be returned prior to, or at the start of first class.
Booking forms are available to download here. Sibling discount offered for each additional brother or sister taking part. Limited places so advanced booking essential.
Children to wear comfy clothes, but absolutely no pointed heels, or heels on shoes in excess of 3.5cm. Please telephone or e-mail for additional information or questions.
A copy of our Child Protection Policy is available here.
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