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CLASSES

Our classes are held on Saturdays during school term time, with Ballet, Modern, Street Dance and Tap all at St George's Church Hall.

 

Our Wednesday classes take place at North Harrow Methodist Church Hall.

 

UPSTAIRS

 

(Ballet and Street Dance)                          

DOWNSTAIRS

(Tap and Modern)

Time Class   Time Class
9.00-10.00am Grade 3         9.00-9.30am Primary Tap  NEW
10.00-10.30am Pre Primary   9.30-10:15am Grade 1 Modern
10.30-11.15am Primary   10.15-11:15am Grade 2 Tap
11.15-12.15am Grade 1   11:15-12:00pm Grade 1 Tap
12.15-1.15pm Grade 2   12:00- 1:00pm Grade 5 Modern
1:15 - 2:00pm Street Dance  ages 8+ 1:00- 2:00pm Grade 6 Modern
2.00-3:00pm Grade 4   2:15 - 3:00pm Grade 4 Tap
3:00-4.00pm Grade 5  

3:00- 4:00pm

Grade 6 Tap
4.00- 4.30pm Pre Pointe Grade 4 and above 4:00 - 5:00pm Grade 3 Tap
4:30- 5.00pm Pointe Selected students    
5:00 - 6:00pm Grade 6   5.00 - 6:00pm Grade 5 Tap
         

                Our Dance Genres

Our teachers are qualified with the ISTD. Learn more about the styles of dance we offer below:

     BALLET   

The roots of Imperial Classical Ballet stem from the early days of the ISTD and the first written syllabus in 1913 which was based on the teaching of the French School from the Paris Opéra.

 

The syllabus has now evolved to promote the English classical style and address the changing needs of Ballet dancers today.

 

          TAP

Tap is characterised by using the sounds of tap shoes striking the floor as a form of percussion.

 

Two major variations on tap dance exist: rhythm (jazz) tap and Broadway tap. 

 

In the ISTD syllabus, both of these forms are explored.

     MODERN

Modern is often seen on the stages of musical productions and is known for its theatrical qualities.

 

The style uses travelling steps, high kicks, leaps and turns which all need strength and flexibility.

 

This is a highly energetic dance style.

Commercial Street Dance

 Street Dance has moved a long way since the birth of hip hop in the early 1980’s with many different styles now falling under the banner.

 

The original funk and hip hop styles are now classified as “Old School” with the newer styles having a distinction in their own right.

 

Our syllabus promotes an appreciation and enjoyment of Street Dance and has been developed for students to gain a thorough understanding of the various styles and rhythmic expressions of this popular dance form.

Venue:

St George's Church Hall

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North Harrow

HA1 4RJ

Term Dates:

SPRING TERM (11 Weeks)

Start date:  Wednesday 6th January.

No classes on Wednesday 17th and Saturday 20th February for half term.

Last class of term: Saturday 20th March

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