The School is holding its bi-ennial show to celebrate its 80th Anniversary July. Why not join us?
Take a Peek
The School holds classes in many venues in Chelmsford and surrounding area, including Great Dunmow. We have collected together all those suitable for the younger student in one table for your information.
Claim Your Introductory Bonuses
Available at all levels and classes
I want to claim my free introductory class and my first term at half price (half-price offer does not apply to Pay-As-You-Go classes)
The School aims to cater for everyone. Children are accepted from the age of three years, and we provide classes for all ages, including adults. Children can train in ballet, modern theatre dance, tap and (when they are a little older) jazz, musical theatre and street dance.
The School holds classes in many venues in Chelmsford, as well as Great Dunmow, throughout the week. Full details are available including maps showing the location of the venues.
We strongly advise that uniform is not purchased until it is confirmed that the student has settled.
Children entering the School in the Ballet with your Bear Class only need to wear something easy to move in.
Essex Children's University
We are delighted to be a Learning Partner of the Children's University (CU). CU is an extra-curricular learning programme which takes place outside of the school day. It encourages children aged 5 to 14 to try learning experiences, develop new interests and acquire new skills. For further information visit www.essexchildrensuniversity.co.uk
To participate in the scheme you need a Passport to Learning, which can be obtained either from your own daytime school or, if they are not part of the scheme, direct from the CU: Passport to Learning
Taking part in a national attempt at a World Record whilst raising money for charity
Prizegiving was held in Chelmsford on Sunday 9th September.
Exams are held three times a year (twice when we have a School show). All Summer 2018 results are now available.
Temporary Class Changes
At various times during a term it may be necessary to make temporary changes to classes, whether due to availability of halls, staff or problems as a result of weather.
We are very proud of the success achieved each year by both students and teachers. Not only do many students achieve excellent results in the many exam sessions but many achieve success elsewhere.