Students are expected to wear appropriate dance clothing, which enables them to move freely and safely, while still allowing the teacher to see the way the body is moving. This includes:
Our exam uniform is optional for recreational students, but may be worn in class. Details below.
Top (one of the following):
Warmer clothing may be worn over top of this during winter for the first 15 minutes of class.
Shoes are not necessary from the outset, but do make dancing a lot easier on the body. It is a good idea to give your child time to make a commitment to the class before investing in dance shoes. Please note that dance shoes are only compulsory for Jazz and ballet classes after the first term.
Regular attendance is expected and teachers should be notified of any absence.
Students are expected to conduct themselves in a responsible and considerate way, showing respect for teachers and fellow students.
The Dance Well Centre is not liable for any personal injury sustained or any loss of personal property whilst at classes. We aim to offer a safe environment and take every precaution to reduce the risk of injury, however parents and students should be aware that from time to time injuries can occur and students must accept this risk. A first aid kit is available on site.