Parent and Me Ballet

16 months - 2.5 years

Join us for 30 minutes of uninterrupted fun, dancing with your little one!

Basic dance moves are introduced with assistance from a parent or carer.

A magical class filled with props and music to capture your little ones imagination whilst, at the same time, fostering a love of dance. 

We’ve been going to ballet class for the past year and every lesson has been conducted with energy, care and kindness to ensure all the kiddies are having fun! My daughter who is 2.5 now insists on a home ballet class before bed every night! Good toes, naughty toes clap clap clap ... lol
— Nicky Fry, Parent

baby ballet

2.5 - 4 years

Our Baby Ballet Class is the perfect introduction to Ballet.

Classes are structured around the Royal Academy of Dance “Dance To Your Own Tune” syllabus which aims to “develop children's physical skills and encourage creativity, expression, and musicality”.

The classes are magical, creative and fun, and prepare children for the transition to ballet and other dance genres at higher levels.

Our daughter loves Miss Laura and her baby ballet classes. Everyone is very sweet. We return every term - an excellent activity for our little one’s weekend!
— Andreia Osorio, Parent
My daughter’s confidence has grown so much and she is so excited when she arrives at the classes that she barely looks back!
— Tess Wright, Parent

Royal academy of dance ballet

4 years +

From 4 years old we offer Royal Academy of Dance Ballet Classes. The RAD offer an "internationally recognised portfolio of exams designed to motivate and encourage students of all ages and levels of ability".

"Our exams are recognised worldwide. They allow you to develop musicality and artistry, reward your hard work and set goals to which you can aspire."

We are proud to offer Royal Academy of Dance classes allowing our students the opportunity to take examinations from Primary (age 6).


We currently provide Ballet classes for children up to 8 years old and will continue to provide further grades as children progress.