Our preschool dance classes are carefully designed to provide your child with a fun-filled half hour of learning through physical movement and creative play. Classes run most mornings during the week and on Saturdays. A year-long program will see your child’s coordination improve and imagination take flight through carefully constructed lessons guided by caring and considerate teachers who just love seeing our littlest movers take delight in dance. We have a range of classes available to preschool dancers depending on their age and interest, so whether you have a budding ballerina, an active acrobat, or a happening hip hopper, we’ve got a class to suit! Dancers can join us from 2 years of age.
Itty Bitty Ballet
For our littlest dancers aged 2 years. A gentle introduction to basic dance steps used across a range of dance styles, using lots of imagination, familiar music and exciting props and games.
Teeny Tiny Tots
For dancers aged 3 and/or heading to prep in 2025. This ballet-inspired class focuses on fine and gross motor development in a fun and imaginative way, sure to have your little one twirling with delight!
For dancers aged 4 and/or heading to prep in 2024. Dancers learn basic dance techniques from ballet and a range of other styles all while having a ball! Tiny Tots is the perfect preparation for a life-long love of dance.
Develop strength, flexibility and gross motor skills in our Tiny Tumbling class! Similar to gymnastics, participants learn basic tumbling like forward rolls, as well as having tonnes of fun! For dancers aged 3/4 and heading to Prep in 2024/2025.
This hip hop-inspired class will have your little one grooving and moving. Dancers will love this engaging and energetic class that will see them learning cool moves and gettin’ down! We have Mini Pop classes for both 3 and 4 year olds.
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My Bayside Dance Ballet Guide Book
This book demonstrates some of the positions and beginner steps that we use in our ballet classes. Along with beautiful illustrations, we’ve also included some pronounciations – as ballet steps are all in French!
Enjoy practising at home and we’ll see you in class soon!