We pride ourselves on being able to cater for everyone, from 3 yrs old to 70+, complete beginner to experienced professional, or perhaps you just want to have fun, socialise and do a little lightexercise. You can be assured of a warm welcome, so why not take the plunge and come to one of our classes.
The O'Gara School of Irish Dance was formed in January 2006 when Viv O'Gara passed her TCRG exam. As of Jan 2008 the school had grown to over 100 pupils in the short space of two years. In 2011 theSchool had expanded to such an extent that Viv decided to teach full time. In 2013 Claire Saxon passed her TCRG and now also teaches at the school. The school's aim is to teach as many children as possible the wonderful art of Irish dancing whilst having fun and keeping costs to a minimum.
I graduated from the Royal Academy of Dance (London) in 1973 and have been teaching dance for over 30 years. During this time I have prepared hundreds of students for Royal Academy of Danceexaminations. Travelling abroad as a result of my husband's work has meant frequently establishing new dance academies in a variety of locations. As a consequence my main focus and particular area of interest has been the teaching of dance to younger children.
The Knight School of Dance was established in 1986 by Alison Knight after completing a three-year dance teacher training course. She continues to further her knowledge and qualifications by attendingregular courses and has gained dance teaching qualifications with the 'Royal Academy of Dance' (RAD) and the 'Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing' (ISTD) examining bodies and holds Registered Teacher status with both organizations.
Our aim is to inspire the love of dance and movement in a positive environment. We aim to improve all of our students confidence and aim to help fulfill their potential in the performing arts. Ourstudents have participated in Royal Ballet Associates, London Junior and Senior ballet and Cecchetti Associates and Scholars. Students have gone on to full time training at Bird, Elmhurst, Tring Park, Ballet West and Central.
Award winning performing arts training centre Dance Connection offers classes in a variety of dance disciplines for all ages and abilities. At Dance Connection we pride ourselves on treating you as anindividual; we will help you to create your own timetable of classes to suit your needs. Whether you are looking for a once a week fun session or a more intensive all round training Dance Connection has something to offer you.
My name is Cerys Vaughan and I am a dance confidence coach - the director of Street Feet Dance Ltd and creator of The Dance Confidence Formula. With experience and qualifications in primary education,in addition to dance teaching, I am an expert in dance education for children. At Street Feet, my team and I typically work with boys and girls aged 3-15 who want to have fun learning Street Dance in the Berkshire area.
The principal/owner was Sheena Rawlins LRAD and the patron was originally Travis Kemp. When Sheena Rawlins decided to retire 18 years ago Natalie Wraight started to teach in the school and has beenthe principal/owner for 15 years. The name of the school was changed to the Camberley Dance Academy in 2003. The Academy has continued to grow as both a popular and highly successful school.
Attitude School of Dance has been running since 2002 and was taken over by the current management in 2005. Together we produce an annual show in the summer at the Stantonbury Campus Theatre, as wellas other smaller presentations throughout the year. We also provide schools within the Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire, Northamptonshire and Hertfordshire areas with Breakfast Clubs, After School Clubs, Half Day/Full Day workshops and PE lessons in dance. Please contact us for further information.
Convinced you've got 2 left feet? We've been teaching Rock & Roll American Jive since 1996 and we firmly believe that anyone can learn to dance, given the right instruction, and plenty ofencouragement - it's often said that if you can walk, you can dance. It's fun, it's sociable, it keeps you fit and it opens up a whole new social life with somewhere to go every night of the week.