We are passionate about teaching dancing and encouraging our students to reach their full potential within a professional environment. We understand that they may want to dance for the sheer fun, take exams or pursue dance as a career.
We ensure that the children are working in a safe environment with qualified and experienced teachers. All teachers have enhanced DBS certificates, are regularly trained in 1st Aid and attend annual accredited Safeguarding courses to ensure the welfare of all our students.
Classes are run throughout the school term and we hold regular exam sessions, workshops, performances and organise theatre visits.
We teach various styles of dance including street, jazz, contemporary and commercial. Each week we begin with a fun warm-up followed by technique building exercises and then choreography using up-to-date chart music.
I’m Judy Hamlet. I took my very first ballet class at the age of 3 and from there I progressed through all the Cecchetti grade examinations under the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing (ISTD), until I’d finished my A Levels.
I started dancing at three years old and knew from a young age that I wanted to become a Dance Teacher. After leaving school with a Distinction in GCSE Dance and at A level in Performing Arts (Dance), I went straight into teaching. I have trained with one of the International Dance Teachers’ Associations’ (IDTA) chief examiners to gain my teaching qualifications.