Here are some frequently asked questions we receive and their answers below. Please click on the ‘+’ bottom to reveal the answer. If you have any other questions please do not hesitate to email firstname.lastname@example.org.
What do I wear?
There are no strict dress codes. However we do ask for certain items to be worn/ not worn for certain styles.
Street dance – trainers are a must! No heels or uggs or formal shoes. Please wear comfortable clothes you can dance in – i.e. leggings, tracksuit bottoms etc. Please no jeans or skirts.
Cheerleading – Leggings or shorts and a t-shirt. Sturdy trainers (cheer trainers only at senior level). Hair must be tied back and no jewellery.
Ballet technique – Tight fitting clothing such as leotard and leggings, ideally plain black. Ballet shoes.
How much do the classes cost?
Classes start from £4.00 a class, depending on class length and location.
Do you have to have experience in dance or street dance to join?
Unless specified classes are open to everyone of any level. Classes labelled Intermediate or advanced are for dancers with experience at that level.
You can attend the class for your age group regardless of if you have any dance or street dance training in the past. The best way is to try a class!
Can I get a free taster class?
You can come and try one of our classes for free, if you do decide to join the class you will have to pay for the rest of the term/half term including the taster class.
Where are the classes held?
We run classes in Winchester and a variety of locations across the South throughout the week. Please visit our timetable page for more details on exactly when and where classes are.
Can I watch my child?
Parents are unable to stay in the class with their children unless it is our Tiny Street class. In Tiny street we encourage all parents to stay.
We will have watching weeks throughout the year when parents are invited to come into classes. Most classes also have the opportunity to take part in a show annually.