We get asked LOADS of quesions ALL the time here at TEAM about our courses etc. Hopefully, this section will give you some answers. If you want to discuss them further, please call 07801 735000.
What will happen on my first day?
You need to arrive about 10 minutes before the class starts to enrol at our front desk where you will be then asked to fill out a registration form if you have not already done so online. Your child will then be taken into the class by one of our qualified staff.
Can I pay my child’s fees weekly?
All fees are paid termly, trial classes are one off payments.
Are parents/guardians aloud to watch the class?
Under no circumstances is anyone other than a qualified member of staff aloud in the class. This is not only for health and safety reasons but it can also be very disconcerting for the class.
How will I know if my child is progressing?
At the end of the autumn term all parents are invited to attend watching week to see how their child performs in a class situation. We also hold exam sessions twice a year and take part in many events such as festivals, competitions and charity events. ALL children are given the opportunity to perform at our events.
What should my child wear and can they bring a drink?
For the first 2/3 weeks you must always attend class in casual, comfortable, loose clothing with either the correct footwear or bare feet. Please do not wear tight fitting clothes, dresses, skirts, shoes or sandals, as it is important that you can move around easily in what you’re wearing. You may well get hot when dancing so bring a few layers. After attending for 2/3 weeks we will hand you a uniform form which is purchased through ourselves, this allows us to keep the cost to a minimum. We advise that you always bring a bottle of water with you to keep hydrated, but please NO FIZZY DRINKS.
Will my child have the opportunity to take exams at TEAM?
TEAM is accredited with the IDTA (International Dance Teachers Association) and your child will have the opportunity to take dance exams once the principal thinks they are ready.