Dance studio rules are for the benefit of all students. We emphasize
the consistent practice of dance class/performance etiquette as well as dress code.

Correct Uniform

Boys and girls MUST wear the correct uniform for class, long hair should be tied back and jewellery should not be worn for the safety of all. Uniforms can be sized at classes and ordered via Dance Studio. Examination pupils will be advised of the exact requirements needed when they receive their exam invitation letter; all exam pupils must have pristine (and correctly-fitting) regulation uniform. Please ensure you order any items required in good time. Toddlers and parents wear comfortable clothing (i.e. leggings, sweatpants, shorts) and dance barefoot. Students who identify as gender non-conforming may choose the dress code they are most comfortable with.

Class Etiquette

  • Mobile phones must be on silent during class, please.
  • Dress appropriately and come prepared.
  • Don’t chew gum or bring food and drinks (a closed water bottle is okay) into the studio.
  • Never wear dance shoes outside the studio or wear street shoes in the studio.
  • And check for loose screws …on your taps before you step foot on the dance floor.
  • Come to class showered with brushed teeth or freshened breath.
  • Don’t come late and if you do, enter very quietly.
  • Don’t leave early. If it is a must, talk to the teacher before class. If you need to exit in an emergency (it better be good), exit as quickly and discreetly as possible.
  • Don’t talk while the teacher is talking. Not even whispering to the person next to you.
  • Respect the dance space. Pick up trash, your clothes, and don’t turn things on, off, up, or down in the space without permission.

Snacks and Drinks

Pupils are advised to bring water and snacks as required for class however all rubbish must be binned and not left under seats. NO gum, drink or food allowed inside the dance studio. Please use the restroom or get a drink of water at any time.

Complaints Procedure

Please contact the Office for any matters of this nature which will be attended to speedily by Experienced, Senior Management Staff. Dance education requires “hands-on” instruction, as well as verbal instruction. Instructors will regularly correct children by touching their arms, legs, feet, hips, back and head to move them to the correct position. Instructors will also verbally correct students during class. The students are required to know the routines and are expected to practice at home.

Class Music

Music used in class is provided for educational use only. If you wish to perform to the music in any venue, you need to purchase an original copy of artist’s music. If you hear other music that you like that we don’t use specifically for choreography or tribal performances, I can provide you with contact information to purchase it. A copy of primary and emergency contact numbers will be kept on class registers.