Frequently Asked Questions

Once you click on the Join Us button, you will be redirected to an application form where you can apply for one of our Dance programs. Once submitted, a team member will be in touch to finalise your membership, which can be paid via credit card, cash or direct bank transfer. Membership will automatically renew each term. We request two weeks’ notice for cancellations.

Please do contact us to let us know if your child won’t be able to attend a class. We extend a warm welcome to injured students to observe our classes, enabling them to stay connected with their learning journey. However, in cases of illness, we kindly request that students refrain from attending until they have fully recovered. Additionally, as performance dates approach, videos of class routines may be shared to aid in practice. Should students miss a session, our administrative team can provide information regarding potential make-up lesson opportunities.

We have a no-hassle cancellation policy. Simply complete the member cancellation form on our website to request your membership be cancelled for the upcoming school term. No further payments will be taken. Please allow 14 days for your cancellation to be processed.

Membership covers the cost of music licencing, insurances, administration and use of our facilities.

All classes are meticulously conducted as closed sessions, a deliberate approach aimed at fostering an environment where students can uphold an unwavering focus and deep engagement with their instructors throughout the entirety of their dance activities. This structured setting allows instructors to provide personalized attention, tailoring their guidance to the individual needs and progress of each student. By minimizing distractions and external interruptions, students are better equipped to absorb instruction, refine their techniques, and fully immerse themselves in the learning experience.

How can I best prepare my child for their first dance class without me? It sounds like you’re offering some thoughtful and considerate advice for helping a child transition into a new environment, such as daycare or a class. Preparing a child in advance, making the process seem casual and normal, and allowing the child to feel in control of the situation are all great strategies. Here are a few additional tips that might complement your suggestions:

  1. Familiarize her with the environment: Take her on a tour of the studio beforehand, if possible. Introduce her to key areas like the classroom, play areas, and restrooms.
  2. Bring a comfort item: Allow her to bring a familiar toy, blanket, or comfort item from home to provide a sense of security.
  3. Establish a routine: Create a consistent drop-off routine so she knows what to expect each time. Establishing a predictable routine can help ease anxiety.
  4. Positive reinforcement: Praise her for being brave and going to class. Share positive stories about how much fun she’ll have and the friends she’ll make.
  5. Open communication with teachers: Maintain open communication with her teachers to stay informed about her progress and any concerns.
  6. Create a goodbye ritual: Develop a short and sweet goodbye ritual (e.g., a special wave or secret handshake) to make parting a bit more enjoyable.
  7. Be punctual during pick-up: Be on time for pick-up, reinforcing the idea that you will always come back for her.
  8. Stay calm and composed: Children often pick up on their parents’ emotions. Stay calm and composed, projecting a sense of confidence and reassurance.

Remember, every child is unique, so it’s essential to be flexible and adapt these strategies based on her individual needs and preferences. Additionally, maintaining open communication with the teachers and other parents can help create a supportive community for both the child and the family.