Young Children’s Dance Class 5 – 8 yrs
The Dance Class is held at the Civic Hall in Bollington and is an ideal introduction to dance for youngsters.
We give a taste of different dances in the following dance styles
- Street Dance
- Latin American
The class is taught in a fun friendly safe environment with the emphasis on enjoyment enabling the children to grow in both confidence and ability. There are no expensive uniforms to buy and there are no term fees, you just pay for the classes you attend (PAYG).
All the children are given the opportunity to take medal tests or graded exams with the IDTA if they wish
Our teachers are FULLY QUALIFIED professionals with the IDTA (International Dance Teachers’ Association) with many years professional dance and teaching experience and hold current CRB/DBS checks. DanceTech is fully insured and holds current music and performing licences. So you can be reassured your child is being taught correctly and safely.
Civic Hall (Above Library) - Hurst Lane - Bollington
IDTA (International Dance Teachers’ Association)
The International Dance Teachers’ Association is one of the world’s largest examination boards, covering the full spectrum of dance examinations.
All our teachers are qualified professionals with the IDTA (International Dance Teachers Association).
We follow the IDTA policy on Child Protection to ensure your child is taught in a safe environment.
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Cha Cha Cha
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