Central Stage School is on the lookout for new members to join them from September 2015. This fun and friendly school is run by fully qualified staff, conducting lessons in Tap, Street Jazz and Musical Theatre, based in Solihull.
Central Stage School thrive on teaching fun and stimulating classes to all ages, ensuring that everyone enjoys what they are learning. Classes help to improve and develop a number of skills and qualities including co-ordination, rhythm, self-discipline, self-confidence and social skills.
The school has a very friendly community; staff, pupils and parents are involved in all the schools activities from Examinations to Christmas parties. The school offers pupils the chance to enter medals and appear in an annual show at the Solihull Arts Complex and have also appeared in many galas and West End productions.
Donna Rhodes, Teacher at Central Stage School, says:
"We are so passionate about dance being for everyone no matter their ability. Getting on the stage really helps to transform people's confidence. Every child is treated the same regardless of their ability, we are a team."
Adult classes are full for next year, but there is plenty on offer for children and teenagers. Classes are held on a Monday evening at Solihull British Legion and children's classes are on a Saturday afternoon at Olton Friary. Not only that, on Friday afternoons there is an adult tap class for beginners and a dance fitness class, which is held at Olton United Reformed Church.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or head over to Central Stage School's website here.
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