Dinky Dancers and Mini Movers

An ideal introduction to dance for children aged 18 months – 4 years that builds confidence, social skills and imagination, in a warm and nurturing environment.


Ballet is the foundation of all dance styles, as it provides correct posture, strength, balance and sensitivity which highlight the dynamics of all aspects of dance.

At Aspirations students follow The Royal Academy of Dance Syllabi (RAD)


Tap Dancing is a unique way of learning rhythm musically. Students follow the International Society of Teachers of Dance Syllabi (ISTD)

Tap is as popular today as it was in the heyday of the great Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly musicals. A gentle, rhythmical and enjoyable way to keep fit!


Modern is a discipline that has the ability to adapt and develop. Modern encourages co-ordination, stamina and strength.

Classes are structured to begin to prepare the physical strength and flexibility required to demonstrate emotion through interpretation of any musical genre, one minute you may be dancing to the rhythm of a drum, the next to a funky jazz style.

Students follow the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dance Syllabi (ISTD)

Street Dance

Street Dance classes are very lively, energetic & usually very loud. It consists of choreographed routines to popular music danced by all the pop stars. Fast becoming the dance style that everyone wants to learn.


A new style of dance that uses ballet modern and acro techniques creating a style that is beautiful to watch.

Musical Theatre
This teaches the skills needed to perform. We work on different numbers from a range of West End Musicals, both past and present, working on vocal technique & performance.


We use tumbling techniques to enhance our dance skills.

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