Full Time Training
The Performance Course offers a wide variety of subjects for the students to study including classical ballet, modern theatre, tap, contemporary and a variety of jazz styles; studies also include hip-hop, commercial and street dance, together with studies in aspects of Latin-American, acro, disco and musical theatre. Studies will also include double work, creative choreography, audition work as well as body toning, stretching and rehabilitation classes which are also provided. The students have the option of taking major executant examinations with the internationally recognised examination board, the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing.
Teaching in Dance Course
Teaching in Dance Course offers studies in all aspects of teaching techniques in multiple genre, including Classical Ballet, Modern Theatre Dance, Tap, National Dance together with Disco and Street Dance. Students have the option of taking major executant examinations with the internationally recognised examination board, the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing. This aspect is particularly useful to students wishing to enter a career teaching dance, as both pre-requisite and teaching certificate examinations are offered, together with the requisite examinations for future development in their teaching careers. As a supplementary aspect to the main areas of study, Studio 10 offers classes in both Licenciate and Fellowship studies and for our graduates this shows a commitment to the continuation of a valuable and ongoing process in the career of our prospective teachers.
Musical Theatre Course
The Musical Theatre Course combines the dance training outlined above with studies into differing styles encompassing musical theatre, make-up, acting, speech and voice production and singing. The students will take examinations with the Lamda examinations board and the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing. There will be internal assessments throughout the Musical Theatre Course, in which the student will be required to be successful to continue this course of study. Students must have a committed and dedicated approach to their training showing focus, hard work and effort.
How to Apply
A minimum age of 16 years before 1st September of the year of enrolment
GCSE in core subjects, including English language and/or literature, unless there are special circumstances acceptable to the Principal
Medical assessment by resident Sports Therapist
A separate report from an Orthopaedic Consultant may be required
Candidates requiring entrance from other establishments must provide written approval from their tutor
Monday 12th November 2018
Monday 4th March 2019
Monday 1st April 2019
Monday 24th June 2019