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This classical style of Ballet has something to offer for everyone.

Ballet is a core subject for all dancers; it has a technique which is the foundation of all other dance styles. Ballet training from an early age provides students with strength, posture and flexibility.

Those students wishing to progress through the grades/medals with a passion for the subject will be encouraged to progress to the ultimate goal to get onto pointe when they are strong enough.

Children start learning Ballet from the age of 2 years.


Graded Examinations:
8 Grades - Preparatory to Grade 5
2 Classical Awards
Intermediate Performer - Pointe
Advanced 1 Performer - Pointe
Advanced 2 Performer - Pointe



Pre-Juvenile Group Award
8 Solo Tests - Juvenile to Third Gold Bar
8 Duo Tests - Juvenile to Third Gold Bar
8 Trio Tests - Juvenile to Third Gold Bar
18 Team Tests - One Dance to International
Supreme Certificate


The IDTA Ballet Syllabus was updated in 2013 incorporating a more performance based exam progressing through the grades along with the technical knowledge of Ballet training.


Students enjoy progressing through the grades and learning exercises expressing that 'each exercise feels like a separate dance'.

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