FAQ’s

How Do I Enrol?

Fill in our online enrolment form so that we have all your information on hand and can reserve a place in your preferred class. Your enrolment is not final until we have met you and your child and have confirmed they are enrolled in the correct class (and that they enjoyed it!). You only need to enrol once per year and can find the form here on our website.

Can I come and try a class?

All children and teens are welcome to have a commitment-free trial class before confirming your enrolment, however we ask that you do fill in our online enrolment form first so that we know to expect you. After your trial, if you decide not to join us, you are not obligated to make any payment. If you do join, your invoice is backdated to your trial date. As we offer casual payment for adult classes, adults can choose to pay for a casual class before signing up for a term/purchasing a class pass package.

How many classes per week does my child need to do?

This is up to you! We have no minimum class requirements (excluding some ballet levels that require two classes per week for exam work). The more classes and styles that your child participates in, the more they will improve. Our Young Dancers Company dancers have minimum class requirements they have to meet prior to auditioning.

How do I pay?

Once you enrol you will be sent an invoice for the term which can be paid by direct deposit, cash or credit card. We also offer payments via Ezidebit. The exception to this is adult classes which may be paid for on a casual basis as you attend.

Do I get a refund if I can’t come to class?

We are unable to provide refunds for missed classes, however you can do a makeup lesson for a missed class within the same term.
We do understand that kids are kids and sometimes broken bones or sickness might mean that you have to miss class for an extended period of time. In these exceptional circumstances, arrangements can be made.

Classes do not take place on public holidays and are not billed as part of term fees.

Can I watch my child’s classes?

Parents and siblings inside the rehearsal room can often be a distraction to children in dance class. For this reason, we do not allow parents to watch inside the rehearsal room, but we do have CCTV in our waiting room. We will hold special parent watching days where you can see what your child has been learning.

What does my child wear to class?

Dress guidelines are below. It’s ok to wear bare feet/socks for your first few classes.

Pre-school classes – Girls: A leotard and optional ballet skirt available at your local dance shop. Hair should be pulled back off the face. Pink leather ballet shoes should be worn. Fairy dresses, fluffy tutus and dress-ups can be distracting and are best left at home.
– Boys: A t-shirt and shorts. Black ballet shoes should be worn (or if your little man wants to wear a ballet skirt, by all means go for it!).

Ballet
– Girls: A leotard available from your local dance shop, with pink ballet tights or socks (our studio leotard is required for Levels 1-4). Hair should be pulled back off the face and in a bun. Pink leather ballet shoes should be worn. Ballet levels 1 and 2 require our studio skirt.
– Boys: A plain tight-fitting t-shirt and lycra bike shorts. Black ballet shoes should be worn.

Jazz/Musical Theatre
– Girls: A leotard, singlet or crop top can be teamed with lycra shorts. Hair should be pulled back off the face. Black ‘Elastabootie’ jazz shoes should be worn. We have a recommended studio leotard that must be worn for jazz exams.
– Boys: A t-shirt and shorts. Black ‘Elastabootie’ jazz shoes should be worn.

Tap
– Girls: A leotard, singlet or crop top can be teamed with lycra shorts. Hair should be pulled back off the face. Black tap shoes should be worn. We have a recommended studio leotard that must be worn for tap exams.
– Boys: A t-shirt and shorts. Black male tap shoes should be worn.

Contemporary
– Girls: A leotard, singlet or crop top can be teamed with lycra shorts or leggings. Hair should be pulled back off the face. Socks or ‘Foot undies’ may be worn.
– Boys: A t-shirt and shorts. Socks or ‘Foot undies’ may be worn.

Hip Hop
– Girls: A leotard, singlet or crop top can be teamed with lycra shorts or leggings and sneakers with non-marking soles. Hair should be pulled back off the face.
– Boys: A t-shirt and shorts (preferably not denim). Wear your sneakers with non-marking soles.

Our pink studio leotard (which is used for all exams in all styles) may be purchased from Stretch Out (Bay Terrace, Wynnum).