KIDS CLASS SCHEDULE
Our kids classes cater for students aged 6-18.
You can view all the classes available for 2018 below, which are organised by the following grades (please note all grades are based on the grade your child is in at school):
If you have any questions about what class is suitable for your child, don’t hesitate to get in touch!
For students in Grade 1-2, choose from Jazz, Tap, Modern Ballet and Hip Hop.
For students in Grade 3-4, you can now join a Performance group.
For students in Grade 5-6, build your strength and work with older students in conditioning plus a new Lyrical style class added.
For students in Grade 7-8, join the Senior Performance group plus a new Contemporary style class added.
For kids in Grade 9-10, join the DD Squad plus new Theatre Jazz class added.
For kids in Grade 11-12 at school, choose our special Senior Open Class customised and designed for students in their senior years of High School.
CLASS COSTS AND FAQS
Costs below are for a 10-week term:
30-minute class $135
45-minute class $160
60-minute class $190
75-minute class $205
Conditioning $100 p/term, $50 for Performance Group students
Fees are paid upon registration and can be paid by credit or debit card, as a one-off payment or in twice termly installments as part of a direct debit payment plan.
Joining halfway through a term? You’ll just be invoiced for the number of classes left in the term.
Want to know more? Read up on some of our most frequently asked questions.
What ages are your classes suitable for?
Our kids classes are perfect for ages 6-18 of all abilities and levels of experience. If your child is under 6 head over to our Pocket Rockets Preschool Program to find out about the coolest mini dance program around!
My child doesn’t have much dance experience, can they still join?
We welcome all students, no matter what experience. We also prefer to place students with an age group that is appropriate to them to help their confidence levels. There’s nothing worse than a teenager standing in the middle of a primary kids ballet class. Get in touch with us to find out about what class would suit your child the best.
How do we get there?
Classes are conveniently located in St Peters, with access to public transport (St Peters station, 370/422 bus routes) and plenty of free parking too! We’re a short walk away from a lot of public and high schools in the area.
3b, 1-7 Unwins Bridge Rd St Peters, NSW 2044
If you’re driving, head in the driveway off Unwins Bridge Road, and follow the ramp down and towards the right… head down the end of the car park and there we’ll be – right next to the Jiujitsu school.
My child was asked to leave another dance school. Are you different?
We believe that no child should ever be excluded from a learning opportunity for any reason. In alignment with our Studio Values, we welcome all students regardless of age, ability, capacity, sex, gender, race, or social class.
Many of our amazing students were asked to leave former studios due to focus or attention or physical or intellectual limitations. We understand and appreciate the differences in each and every one of our student, and work collaboratively with them to provide excellent and positive learning experiences.
We pride ourselves on adapting choreography and exercises for different abilities to ensure that students enjoy an integrated class environment where everyone learns from each other and works toward shared goals. There are no lead roles and spotlight students here. We’re all in it together.
If you have any specific concerns about what class is right for your child just get in touch.
What do students need to bring?
Students will need appropriate footwear (e.g. tap or ballet shoes). If they’re just starting out, trying ballet, jazz, lyrical or contemporary styles is fine in bare feet or a pair of dark coloured socks. We prefer black jazz and tap shoes, but if they’re purple we don’t mind either! For Hip Hop, students should wear sneakers or other street shoes they can easily move around in. We have a small second-hand pool of shoes and dancewear at the studio, with many things free to a good home, and others available for cheap.
Other than that, a water bottle, some energy, and a smile!
If your child is waiting in between classes, there is a study area at the studio. Students are welcome to bring study materials and homework to complete while they wait for their class to begin.
What should they wear?
At Dance Domain we don’t have a strict set uniform. Students are able to dress in what makes them feel comfortable. We recommend clothes that aren’t hugely baggy so we can ensure proper alignment and safe dance practice at all times. Most students wear shorts, leggings or trackies with a singlet, tank or tee. Our ballet students wear leotards or a top and shorts, but there’s no need for pink tights.
Do I need to register?
Our classes are very popular and often book out at the start of the year. Our students tend to sign up for a year and stay for the year… and many more! Your registration holds their spot in their preferred classes for the calendar year. so you don’t need to re-enrol each term. You can get in touch with us re: availabilities in classes – just email firstname.lastname@example.org
Where can I buy dance shoes and dance wear?
We love shopping local! Head to My Store (formerly My Dancewear) at 214 Homer St in Earlwood for amazing personalised service.
Ask for Olga or Stephanie and say hi from us all here at the studio!
You can also head to the Bloch stores in the city (York St, Town Hall) and Bondi Junction.