Frequently asked questions
Do you offer trial classes?
Yes we do, you can submit a request for a trial class here.
Do you have a uniform?
A uniform is required for exam and triple bill classes. Please contact us for details specific to your class.
What happens if I miss a class?
Make-up classes are available through the office. Please note that the class must be of the same or shorter length than the class being made up, and cannot be an exam class of a different level. To schedule a make up class please contact the office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Where a make up class is not possible we cannot offer a refund unless your child will be absent for more than a month and can provide a medical certificate.
Can I watch my child's class?
In the last week of each term we have open classes where parents, families and friends are invited to watch the class. For the rest of the term we recommend that parents do not watch classes as it can be distracting for the students. Parents and siblings are only permitted to watch a class if they do so quietly, and with their phones turned to silent. If you need to answer your phone or wish to have a conversation we request that you leave the room to do so.
My child is enrolled in an exam class, do they have to sit the exam?
No, students taking exam classes may choose not to sit the exam. If the teacher feels they are ready they can still progress to the next level the following year.
What is SFD?
What is a Triple Bill class?
Triple Bill classes are technical classes for younger students, covering all three of our technical styles (ballet, jazz and tap) in one class.
When does term start and finish?
Our term dates are as follows.
How much does it cost to sit an exam?
Exam fees vary depending on the level being assessed (as higher levels have longer, more complex exams), but on average you should expect to pay around $150. Included in this price is a rehearsal exam, the actual exam, a feedback sheet from the examiner, a certificate and a medal.