At our school we follow the IDTA syllabus for both tap and street dance, focusing on rhythm and musicality. Miss Helen and Miss Bette add ther unique styles with fun and energising warm-ups, followed by funky routines to the latest popular and age appropriate music.
Miss Helen is currently on maternity leave and in her place on a Saturday, Miss Bette brings a fresh approach to Street with a cool commercial vibe.
Tap has moved to a Monday and is taught by IDTA examiner Miss Julie Wallis.
We are members of the International Dance Teachers’ Association
Learn more about our tap and street teacher, Helen Nettlingham, who formerly worked as a Disney Princess at Disneyland, and the other teachers on our biographies page.
We ask that all girls’ hair to be tied back in a bun, plait or ponytail and the correct uniform must be worn for all lessons, as we find this helps students get in to the right mindset for the class.
The benefits of tap and street include:
- strength, stamina, control and endurance
- improved posture
- coordination and balance
- flexibility and range of motion
- musicality and rhythm
- appreciation of different music genres
- social skills and improved confidence
- having fun with friends!
Fees are payable in advance of each term – please contact email@example.com for more information.
Street is currently taught by Miss Bette and Tap is currently taught by Miss Julie
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All classes are taught at our studios at The Woodyard, Naseby – NN6 6DD .
Tap and Street Uniform
We are on hand to provide the correct uniform required for tap, and street lessons as the correct attire must be worn for every class.
We have new and second hand tap shoes available to order.
We advise that dance shoes are ordered through Northamptonshire School of Dance to ensure consistency of quality and a good fit.