Spring term will start on 5th January (Saturday)!
Please email to email@example.com to enroll!
We all know children love music and enjoy moving their bodies and dancing along with it. Bambino Ballet gives them the opportunity to share that wonderful experience with other children, while they practice body co-ordination. It will also be a chance to boost their musicality and creativity, increase their concentration, all while they are having fun! There are loads of benefits kids will get from dancing.
The class is full of inspiration from ballet. We also have lots of original materials to make it fun. The music we use in the class is recorded gentle classical music, jazz tunes, and instrumental versions of familiar nursery rhyme tunes too. It is a great opprtunity for children to get to know and enjoy variety of music. Why not step in and dance together!
Who is it for?
For the youngest ones’ class (A class) the parent or carer is requested to stay with them to support and help them follow the class but you don’t need to have any experience in ballet. If your child is confident enough to follow the class on her/his own then please sit back and enjoy watching!
For the later classes (B/C/D class) the parent or carer does’t need to stay during the class. Just make sure to come back to pick up your child when the class finishes please!
Where and when?
— Spring term 2019–
January 5, 12, 19, 26
February 2, 16, 23 (No class on 9 February)
March 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
A class (Sat 9:30-10:15am) : approximately 18months–3 years old (with parents support)
B class (Sat 10:15-11:00am) : approximately 3 & 4 years old
C class (Sat 11:15am-12:00pm) : approximately 4 & 5 years old
D class (Sat 12:45am) : approximately 5, 6 & 7 years old
At St Anne Line Church, Grove Crescent, South Woodford, London E18 2JR
How much is it?
The fee for the term will depend on how many lessons we have for the term, but this works out at £7 per lesson.
If you are new to Bambino Ballet we offer a free taster session on your first day. Please book in advance by email.
If you join in the middle of the term you can still have your first class for free, then we’ll work out your fee depending on how many classes you have till the end of the term.
Get ready for the class
Footwear: ballet shoes are required for all classes (so they can practice pointing their toes properly for various movement!)
A class: ballet outfit or any comfortable clothes that is comfortable to move about in
B/C/D class: ballet leotard, or ballet tutu/skirt and T-shirt
You can order ballet shoes, leotard, ballet bags and gifts directly from our supplier through the online shop (the link below). They do a very quick delivery and the items are sent to your home.
The class is just as suitable for boys who may want to wear ballet leotard, or comfortable sporty clothes.
You are welcome to take pictures of your child during the class. Although, please do not put pictures of other children on social networks without the consent of their parents.
We sometimes take official photographs at the class to capture moments of children enjoying dancing. We might use some of those pictures to help grow the class. When it happens we ask you to sign the consent form, so everyone is comfortable with it. In any case please let us know if you have any requests or questions about this matter.