Frequently Asked Questions
We have no doubt that your child will love our dance classes, although you are welcome to a 7 day free class pass to try out any classes your child may be interested in.
We ask our parents, guardians and siblings to wait in our comfortable waiting room, as classes are not open for viewing on a weekly basis. Our experience has shown that our dance classes are more efficient when there are no viewers sitting in on the class. The final week of Term 1 will be a viewing week. READY SET DANCE & READY SET BALLET classes will hold 1 viewing week each term.
We hold a viewing week towards the end of Term 1 for all students and at the end of every term for our READY SET DANCE and READY SET BALLET classes. During this week you are welcome to invite friends and family to watch your child’s dance classes with you to see what they have been learning in class each week. It’s a great opportunity to see their growth in dancing.
If you miss a lesson, you are welcome to come along to another class with the appropriate age and ability so you don’t miss out for that week! Please contact our admin staff to organise this.
Each year we hold an end of year concert for all students to participate in. The concert is not compulsory.
Yes, the concert costumes are yours to keep!
Enrolment is for the full year, therefore your membership will automatically renew each term for the duration of the year unless notice is given otherwise. We request two weeks notice for cancellations.
Our preferred method of payment is via direct deposit. Fees can also be paid in the studio with cash.
Yes, we accept both the Active and Creative Kids Vouchers. One voucher each term can be used towards your term fees. Submit Voucher Online
Uniform and Shoes
Uniforms are only compulsory for competitive dancers, however we are proud to offer a range of dance wear that is appropriate for all dancers and classes. It is important for our dancers to wear safe and appropriate dance/active wear and footwear to each class they have chosen to participate in. Casual clothing or school uniforms are not appropriate for our dance and acro classes.
It is compulsory for ballet students to wear a leotard to each class. Hair must also be up in a bun.
As acro requires hands on spotting, fitted clothing is preferred for acro classes for the safety of both dancers and their teachers.
Ready Set Dance / Ballet
Once your child is enrolled in the classes the official READY SET DANCE uniforms are a requirement for the class and can be purchased at the studio all year round.
Any form of active wear will be suitable for their first lessons.
Ready Set Dance / Ballet
For your child’s first lesson at READY SET DANCE & READY SET BALLET your child can wear any comfortable clothing which is appropriate for physical activity. Once you have decided that your child loves READY SET DANCE & READY SET BALLET and is enrolled in the classes the official READY SET DANCE uniforms are a requirement for the class and can be purchased at the studio all year round.
For the READY SET DANCE program your child will require black tap shoes, as well as, black jazz shoes for the boys and tan jazz shoes for the girls. For the first few lessons at READY SET DANCE sneakers are acceptable.
For the READY SET BALLET program your child will require pink leather ballet shoes. For the first few lessons at READY SET BALLET bare feet are acceptable.
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