At Les Pas de Ballet, baby ballerina from 18 months old are invited to learn their first ballet steps through imaginative adventures. All our classes are conducted with the classical and children's music to catch imagination and to develop musicality.
We wish to share and instils a love of dance from the very first step the children learn whilst also giving the children the opportunity to express themselves in a safe, familiar environment.
Parents are welcome to stay in the room and encouraged to dance with their children if this is what their child needs at that moment in time.
Students aged five years and above learn the Royal Academy of Dance (RAD) syllabus and prepare them for the RAD examinations. Once pupil is ready, she/he will be invited to take the examination. RAD Primary Ballet at age 6 will be the fitst opportunity for the examination.
RAD examinations are recognised by the national qualifications regulators of England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland. Also students who have achieved a pass or higher in Grade 6 or above be awarded UCAS points, can use their RAD results towards their points tariff when applying to university or higher education in the UK.
Performance is often the main justification for all of dancers' hard work in class. Performing in front of an audience will give pupils an opportunity to show off their skills and gain self confidence.
July 2017, Les Pas de Ballet students age 3 to 17 participated in our first Ballet Recital. Full costumed performance of "Ballet Recital 2017" was performed at the school theatre of nearby school St Helens.
|My First Ballet Steps||
18 months +
Accompanied by parents and gurdians
3 years + (independent of parents)
|Transition Ballet||4 years +|
|RAD Pre Primary||5 years +|
|RAD Primary Ballet||6 years +|
|RAD Grade 1 upwards||7 years +|