Street

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These classes are designed for children aged six plus and from October 2013 we have been offering the JUNIOR STREET class to BOYS as well. Take a look on our Facebook Page page for more information!

Funky, informal and exciting, these classes are extremely popular and many different routines are learnt throughout each term.

There are 3 classes consisting of JUNIOR, SENIOR & ADVANCED – these are all on a Friday night.

– The Junior Class is largely made up of 6-10 year olds where pupils gain an introduction to Street Dance. Looking at basic steps, techniques and styles preparing them for the next class up. The Juniors learn different routines throughout the term, exposing them to the fun of street dancing and inspiring them to continue!

– The Senior Class, the next level up! This class consists mainly of 10-16 year olds. the class is open to people who have never danced before but would suit an older age category. During the term this class learns more advanced styles and techniques of street dance. The routines are usually faster and exciting. This is the class which really gives pupils ‘the bug’ and makes them aspire to move to the Advanced class.

– The Advanced Class is of a standard similar to professional colleges. These fast paced, exciting and visually striking dances are extremely popular with our more mature students and paying audience alike. These classes provide students with the skills and techniques they will need if they are to pursue a career in dance. The classes are of course open to hobby dancers who are not chasing a career, but just want some fun and fast dance based exercise!

There is a great atmosphere about our street classes, and we love to see our students posting pictures on our Facebook page of them practising routines at home and with their friends.
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