This course includes 5 lessons taught by Clara Kerr, 1st Class BA (Hons) The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts, Professional Dancer and Choreographer, over 6 years teaching experience across all ages. The course can be used as a discrete lesson pack and part of a blended learning approach. Courses are interactive and engaging with follow along practical videos.
Welcome to the Beginners Ballet Course (Age 5+). In this course we will learn some of the basic foundations of classical ballet technique. Studies have shown that ballet classes can improve a child’s academic performance as well as learning body control and gaining confidence. Ballet is the perfect way to keep fit, develop coordination and improve balance, all whilst having fun. The course will include many elements to help your child improve including-
- The five feet and arm positions of classical ballet
- Exercises at the ballet barre
- A new vocabulary of French ballet terms
- A warmup and cool down
Please note for this course children will need a solid surface to hold on to, to act as their ballet barre. A kitchen chair would be perfect. They do not need specific dance shoes, socks or bare feet will be fine. Comfortable clothing that allows movement is encouraged and plenty of water! It is expected that parents OR teachers (if completed in school) accept full responsibility to ensure the safety of their child while following dance activities.
*Once purchased, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to re-confirm the email address of the group leader you would like to manage the course and monitor student progress e.g. teacher/club leader. Group leaders have the ability to add/edit users and are also provided with a GROUP CODE which they can give to students/members to register themselves. Within the email you should also specify what months you require access e.g. Sep to Nov, Dec to March or April to June.
The course access/login details will be emailed to your group leader in advance of the term for intended use. It can be purchased at any time during the academic year.