Central School Of Ballet - Junior School

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New tutors for September 2016

Junior School

With great sadness, we said goodbye to Associate School tutor Rebecca Howell at the end of last term. Rebecca taught the Intensive Coaching strand of our Junior School. Rebecca was a great asset to the school and will be greatly missed, but we wish her luck in her new adventure teaching the Year 8 girls at White Lodge from September.

Natalie Krapf will be taking over the Intensive Coaching classes, we wish her a warm welcome. Natalie is an Engagement Associate Artist for English National Ballet, a Junior Associate teacher at The Royal Ballet School, and Founder/Director of Balletomane Ballet Company.

We are also very pleased to be welcoming an additional member to our Junior School tutor team, Maddy Wynne-Jones. Maddy will be teaching levels 3, 5 and 7 on a Thursday evening. Maddy is also senior teacher at Highgate Ballet School, where she founded and runs the Senior and Junior Youth Dance Company. She runs the Hendon & Mill Hill Ballet School, and is the Artistic Director and Choreographer of professional dance company Tempered Body Dance Theatre.

Preps and Pre-Seniors

Rebecca Howell also left her post as Prep 1 Tutor on a Saturday and we said goodbye to Andrew Davidson who is moving to a new, exciting position at Guildford School of Acting.

We are delighted to have welcomed two new tutors to our Associate Programme, Sarah Daultry, Prep 1 Tutor. Sarah currently teaches at a number of reputable London Schools including, RAD, Royal Ballet Associate Programme, at Rambert School and the Urdang Academy. Kaye Barker, Dalcroze Tutor. Kaye currently teaches Dalcroze Eurhythmics on the Saturday String Training Programme at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.

NEW Boys Only Ballet classes

Due to the success of our successful Boys Move Dance Day, we are very pleased to be running weekly boys only ballet classes which began in September, as part of our Junior School programme. The classes will run on a Friday evening and are taught by Associate School tutor Philip Page.

Classes are available for 8-11 years, 11-16 years (Beginners) and 12-16 years (Advanced).

For more information and to apply please visit our How to Apply page to download the application form.

Beginners Ballet classes

If you are aged 12-16 years and are interested in pursuing ballet as a hobby but have never had any lessons before, then this is the course for you.

We now have two strands to our Beginners classes, a Beginners 1 class for absolute beginners and Beginners 2 for pupils wishing to continue to with Ballet as a free fun class.

The classes are both taught by Ellen Jakubiel and run on a Wednesday evening;

5.15-6.30pm Beginners (1)

6.30-7.45pm Beginners (2)

For the FAQs about the new syllabus, please download it from the right hand side.

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