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Please click on a style of dance to read an in-depth description of the styles of dance we offer. To view class times please head to the timetable page to see scheduled classes. You can also use the filter button to select the style you are looking for. Happy browsing!
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Beat Dance Enrolment Pathways
1
Recreational Stream

Mini’s: ages 2-4yrs – Triple and double bill classes make dancing fun and engaging. Jazz/ballet, Jazz/Tap/Ballet classes are great to learn a bit of each style. Mummy and Me classes are for those more introvert students, to help support them in a new environment.

Skills developed: confidence, following instruction, dancing in a group, foundation rhythm and coordination, focus and determination.

1-2 hours of dance per week (in two styles of dance ages 5-18yrs) is the best way to start your dance journey. Be it for fun, as a hobby, or general well-being.

This is a good entry level – the beginning – whether you are a Junior, Intermediate or Senior student.

Skills developed: confidence, self-esteem, following instruction, team building, foundation and developmental rhythm, coordination, fitness, flexibility, body awareness and positive mindsets.

2
Pre Professional Stream

*3-4 hours of dance per week (in 3-4 classes or styles of dance) is fantastic for students to fully immerse themselves in dance. It generally is their passion and focus. This level is for those wanting to achieve more from their hobby, with future pathways into performing, competitions, teaching opportunities, the study of dance as an art. It can also lead to Certificate 1, 2 and 3 in dance qualifications, health and other sectors.

Skills developed: confidence, self-esteem, team building, fine tuning of rhythm, coordination, fitness, flexibility, body awareness, technique, repertoire of dance choreography, understanding of performing theatre skills, costume design.

4-6 hours of dance per week (in 4 or more classes or styles) is exceptional for those aspiring to work in the arts, education and health sectors. The opportunities are endless, developing their love and passion for dance. The pathways and skills learnt allow the student to fully experience all that dance has to offer in a local setting before finishing school. *As described in the 3-4 hr bracket, these students have a secure confidence in their abilities to achieve and perform in all settings. VET Dance is available from ages 15yrs we now offer **Certificate I and II in dance as well as VCE dance for those wanting to put scores towards there VCE atar.

Skills developed: confidence, self-esteem, team building, fine tuning of rhythm, coordination, fitness, flexibility, body awareness, technique, extended repertoire of dance choreography, understanding of performing in many settings, theatre skills, costume design, understanding of choreography and history, style, theme, story of dance.

3
**Certificate I and II in dance

Requirements:

3 to 6 hours in dance

Minimum electives – 3 styles of dance

Intensive theory and practical hours in school holidays and term.

For more information go to the Prospectus and student handbook.

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