Our ballet classes are suitable for all ages and abilities, from beginners to experienced dancers.

Classes are taken by Pamela Miller and Abi Miller who are both experienced professional teachers, who love to share their passion, knowledge and dance techniques with all of their young pupils and students.

Ballet classes for young pupils are designed to encourage imagination, the appreciation of music and also to express through the medium of dance. Little ones have lots of fun while learning and really enjoy the imagination side of the class.

As their strength develops ballet steps are gently introduced, together with the French technical terms. The vocabulary for classical ballet is the French language and these French technical terms are used on a regular basis so that from a young age the children become familiar with them and accept the language naturally.

As the children progress they have the opportunity to take both Grade and Standard examinations. These examinations are NVQ recognised and so there are strict rules lay down by the government to ensure that all the necessary criteria is followed. These exam qualifications can be used for entry into a number of establishments apart from Vocational Ballet Schools and Media Colleges.

Students and children have the opportunity to perform on stage in our productions and the parents are also able to view the class work when appropriate.

Ballet classes are held throughout the week in the Swansea and Neath area , please see below for more information on our class timetables and locations.

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Class Timetable & Locations

Pontardawe Arts Centre

Classes From 4pm

 Llewellyn Hall Penllergaer

Classes From 4:30pm

Morriston Community Centre

Classes From 4.30pm

    Neath College, Neath

Classes From 4:30pm

  Morriston Community Centre

Classes From 10am