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Aim High Dance Academy STREET DANCE Classes For KIDS

Fun Street Dance Classes for children and young people.

Our weekly classes at South Norwood Leisure Centre are held on Monday afternoons (Term time only).
Street Beginners class for age 3-7 years: 4.45-5.30pm
Street Intermediate class for age 8-13 years: 5.30-6.30pm
In addition to the weekly classes Aim High Dance Academy provide many different programmes such as school holiday camps, parties, career mentoring etc. All of Aim High Dance Academy's programmes provide amazing exit route opportunities for dancers such as high profile performances, dance competitions, Christmas showcases, IDTA exams, awards afternoon and many more

Aim High Dance Academy provides an environment where learning both dance and life values go hand in hand and where each participant can become confident in his/her efforts and successes.
With state of the art facilities and fully qualified staff, the company is able to offer a professional dance education service to local people. The service is designed to be cost effective making the classes accessible and affordable for many, enabling clients to believe in themselves, aspire through dance and achieve. The school ethos is ‘If You Aim High You Will Succeed’.

Aim High Dance Academy is managed by Hayley Rea who has 10 years of experience in the Dance Schools craft. Hayley has previously worked for Saddlers Wells, East London Dance Organisation, London Youth Dance and many, many more. Hayley has had many achievements for her work in the dance community being awarded as an London 2012 Olympic Torch Bearer, Lambeth Champion 2012, Local Hero 2011 and Spirit of London Awards, Achievement through Arts 2010.

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