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Kids Ballet

If your child has expressed an interest in dance, consider enrolling her in beginning ballet lessons. Learning Ballet develops physical strength and agility and boosts concentration. Training Ballet instills a sense of pride and accomplishment, which can boost confidence. As children improve and master more challenging movement combinations, they feel more self-assured.

Ballet can also help children to forge new friendships, overcome shyness or awkwardness in social situations and reduce the fears associated with being in a group and performing in front of an audience. Ballet develops an understanding of music and rhythm and generates a love of movement.

Different levels of class for children


Our Ballet Lessons begin from Pre-Primary, the first Grade of the Royal Academy of Dance syllabus. The class is suitable for ages 4 to 5. It is excellent to build on the foundations of ballet your child will develop technically & confidently. This kinder ballet class blends with a creative learning experience that your child will enjoy. The syllabus aims to develop coordination, musicality & rhythm, motor skills, muscle memory, and improve posture even at this tender age.



Students may take the exam if they wish to transition or move up! For young students, taking up exams is an ideal way to perfect the syllabus; it encourages them to refine their steps and work towards the routine while building up self-discipline, expression, or learning to work individually and in groups.


Going to level 1 of the RAD’s Graded syllabus (Grades 1 to 3) students, they will begin new sensations like spinning, leaping, and balancing. With music-inspired exercise, students enjoy movement, a sense of dance, and performance quality. These pieces of music are an assemblage of three centuries of dance music. Ballet also provides a nurturing environment for developing artistry and musical appreciation.


Snippets of student's activity

Take a look at our little ballerinas during their ballet stretch warm-ups.

Stretching is an integral part of ballet. A ballet dancer needs to be flexible to position the body correctly and avoid injury. Stretching is a good habit before (and also) dance class, regardless of age, as it makes the body more receptive to exercise and pushes them to the next phase. 


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Tippy Toes


Tip-toes are where the dancers' weight is on the toes! For the young ones of age 4, learners dance in demi-pointe instead. Demi-pointe is where the ball of the foot is in contact with the floor.Tippy toes enhance the elegance of ballet dancers to show lightness, a floating effect, taller, and show the dancer's leg length.


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