International Dance Teachers Association.

‘Teaching The World To Dance’

Achieve

It may be that you only want to dance as a social hobby or you may wish to develop you interest further.
Our classes are structured to allow pupils, if they wish, to take regular examinations with the International Dance Teachers Association. The IDTA is an OFQUAL awarding body so the Graded examinations they offer are approved and monitored by OFQUAL. (for more information about graded examinations see ‘Graded Examinations….The Definitive Guide’)
Exams are a measure of your technical ability, presentation and musical awareness and are an ideal way to encourage map your progress in your chosen dance style.
Exams are not compulsory, but very popular with students. Most of our students take them and enjoy the sense of achievement and progression they bring.
We have a 100% pass rate with many achieving Distinctions.

Our Class Structure

Specially designed classes to introduce dance, music and movement to toddlers. The Baby classes are available in Gymnastic Dance, Ballet, Disco and Melody Movement. We focus on developing coordination, control and rhythm by learning through play in an encouraging environment.
Rosette classes are available in all dance styles and are great way to introduce children to dance.

Rosette Awards are a series of simple, fun set routines designed for children from age 3.
The syllabus is designed by the IDTA and provides the foundation for other awards.

The IDTA Preparatory Examination and Stardance Awards are taught at stage 3. It nationally acclaimed syllabus and is proven to produce great results in developing the basic foundations for dance.
‘Intro” class are ideal for children who are 9 years plus who wish to start dancing. They have a more challenging syllabus than stages 1-3 but are ideal for beginners.
Academy classes are for pupils who are training for Grade 1 or above, or Bronze Award. To join the Academy pupils have to have to progress from stages 3 or 4.