First lessons are free to new pupils. If you enjoy these lessons and wish to register with us please see our reception desk.
There is no registration fee at Alexandra’s School of Dance & Theatre.
Prices are for ½ hour lessons & ¾ hour lessons for Intermediate / Senior grades.
Pre-school to Intermediate Grades.
£3.00 per ½ hour lesson.
For Intermediate and Senior Grades
£3.00 per ½ hour lessons.
£4.50 for ¾ hour lessons.
The two youngest classes at 9am may be paid weekly.
Payment is on a monthly basis and may be paid by cash, cheque, standing order or electronically via BACS.
Alexandra’s does not open during the school summer holidays.
Sibling discount is also available please ask our reception desk for details.
If you have any queries about the above please don’t hesitate to contact me either on my mobile or via email. See our contact page for details.
If you are unsure of which type of dance class to choose or which level your child is at, please register for a free taster class below (leave which dance class blank) and we will contact you to discuss it.
This classical style of expressive movement has something to offer for everyone. Ballet, although sometimes challenging, has a technique which is the foundation of all other dance forms and helps to develop good posture, grace and fluidity of movement.
So you wanna be a star? Or maybe you just want to have the moves - and the fun - of the stars. In Musical Theatre the acting and singing are a big part of these classes as well as the dancing. Combining all three aspects in these classes will help your child to gain the confidence they need to develop their ability to perform to an audience.
Freestyle/disco is the most popular form of dance in the UK today. In involves runs, spins, kicks and leaps as well as many other diverse steps and movements with lots of different arm and hand actions. The music can be fast and 'beaty' or slow and languid, allowing dancers of all ages to use freedom of expression to enhance their style.
Have you ever seen the hottest pop band's music video or TV performance? Then you will already know what Streetdance looks like. Streetdance takes any form of popular music - from pop to hip hop - and choreographs routines to the beats, add a sprinkling of attitude and a few tricks and you have streetdance.
Tap is rhythm - rhythm is tap. Tap is as popular today as it was in the heyday of the great Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly musicals. Tap develops a sense of timing and musicality, helping to teach the children to keep time and understand music in a little more depth.
A dance form for theatrical performance, preparing the body physically through exercise and stimulating routines, dance movement, improvisation and interpretation of music. With the use of hand props, theatrical vocabularly and much more your children will find this fun and exciting.
Cheerleading encourages teamwork in dancing, builds stamina and flexibility and is also fun! Sometimes using props such as pom-poms and sometimes simply through group movement or routines, the aim is to produce a visual spectacular to enhance a piece of music. Unsurprisingly, it is very popular with children of all ages.