July 2017 Student in the Spotlight… Angela Hill!

Congratulations Angela!

Angela is one of our adult dancers and attends the Inter / Advanced Adult Tap and Dance Fusion Fitness classes with Sarah.

Angela returned to tap dance about a year ago and then joined the new DFF class when it started after Easter. Angela also took part in the show last year, to the excitement of her daughters 🙂

Angela has been awarded Student in the Spotlight for July because she has such a positive, energetic and enthusiastic attitude in her classes!

Here she is with her winners t shirt and certificate… Well done Angela!

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June 2017 Student in the Spotlight… Amelie Cocker

Congratulations Amelie!

Amelie has been dancing at JC Dance since she was 3 years old and currently attends Ballet, Modern and most recently, Tap classes. She also attended our recent ACRO workshops and is a strong little lady!

Along with the rest of her class she has recently taken her very first dance examinations; RAD Pre Primary Ballet and ISTD Primary Modern and is patiently waiting her results.

Amelie has been awarded Student in the Spotlight because of her hardworking and enthusiastic attitude in class and also because of her caring and sharing nature towards her classmates.

When asked what her favourite thing about dancing was Amelie said “dancing with my friends!”

Here she is with her winners t shirt and certificate… Well done Amelie!

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Autumn term ACRO Workshops!

Following on from the workshops this term, we are excited to have two more ACRO dates scheduled for next term, which will produce a show dance!

Dates: Sundays September 17th and 15th October

Venue: Poulton YMCA

  • Group 1: 1.30 – 2.30pm 4-6 years £14

  • Group 2: 2.30 – 4.00pm 7-10 years £22

  • Group 3: 4.00 – 5.30pm 11+yrs £22

Prices are for both sessions. There will also be a small cost for costume (I estimate £10)

Open to current JC Dance pupils only.

To book for the autumn dates, please let me know via email: Please note, payment is needed at time of booking to secure places.

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