An Early Childhood Dance Programme that uses dance and play to actively target the developmental needs of babies and children
from 3 months to 6 years.
The first in the UK to use the latest educational research and best practices to actively support healthy body and brain development - through a playful, structured dance and music programme.
Classes are playful in nature! Each filled with games, inspiring props, instruments and sensory experiences. Carefully structured to ensure freedom to explore, create and develop confidence alongside the development of physical skills.
Let's Play Dance Curriculum
The Let’s Play Dance programme is a result of research from pioneers and experts in the field of early childhood dance education and the national curriculum. Careful consideration has been put into how children learn and what they like to do!
Feel confident in the knowledge that you will be part of a high quality class designed and taught by myself (Miss Emma), a mum of two and primary school teacher with specialist early years creative dance training in Intellidance
Our Parented Classes
(Grown-up participation) babies and young children 3 months to 4 years!
Come along and learn alongside your little one! Classes provide a lovely opportunity for you to spend time bonding and sharing the joys that music and dance will bring you and your little one. As your little dancer grows, classes change with them to ensure they are developmentally perfect.
Our unparented Classes
(Independent Classes) 3.5 years through 6 years!
At around 3.5 years your little one will be ready to attend a fun and nurturing dance class by themselves. Themed classes are filled with short and snappy games and activities to ensure enjoyment and success. The creative dance syllabus is laced with traditional ballet elements providing your little dancer with a quality introduction to movement.
Moving To Learn
As well as fun and inspiring - classes specifically target all areas of child development.
-balance, co-ordination and body awareness
Early Language and Communication Skills
Learn how pioneering research into movement and the development of brain pathways is used at class to support your little ones learning.