"Kinderballet has been an important part of my daughter's development and I'm so glad we found you. - Julie"
"The best bit was when milla turned to me with the biggest grin and said “I love ballet mummy” then dragged me to the shops to get ballet slippers after class. I’m pretty sure we’ll be sticking around for a while! :) - Claire"
The aim of Kinderballet is to introduce the basics of Classical Ballet through imagination and creative movement.
'Preschool Ballet' is simply ballet aimed at the preschool level. Kinderballet is a ballet program developed specifically for children aged between 2 and 5 years, as an introduction to Classical Ballet. The challenge with teaching this age group is to hold their attention while introducing them to basic movement principals.
At Kinderballet, the children learn Classical ballet steps and develop basic gross motor skills through imagery and story-telling. Our Programs are strongly influenced by current pre-school education trends in teaching through play acknowledging that pre-school children are a highly imaginative age group with pretend play being an important aspect of child development.
We're gearing-up for "Presentation Day 2014"!!
Instead of open day at the end of term 4, we will be holding a very special ‘Presentation Day’.
Presentation day is our variation on the end-of-year concert, and like all things Kinderballet, it is tailored specifically for ouryounger dancers.
It’s like a mini-concert, where the children demonstrate their class-work and a group dance in a special costume and receive a special prize at the end.
We offer several different programs for children aged 2 to 5, (or 2-10 if you include our older programs). Use your child's age to select the most appropriate program for them!
This September school holidays Kinderballet is offering: 'Bella and the Magical Rainbow'.
Open to everyone - not just Kinderballet students!find out more
Our "Mummy and Me" program is offered to younger children, aged between 2 and 3½ years. It gives Mum (or the primary care giver) an opportunity to join in and share their child's experience.