Multiple Class Discount: Book 2+ classes for any one person/2 or more siblings and gain each class at only £5 instead of £6. To pay online for the next term of classes please scroll down.
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Street aka “vernacular dance” incorporates styles that evolved outside of dance studios in any available open space such as streets, parks, school yards, raves and nightclubs. Choreography is improvisational and social in nature. Styles include house, vogue, waacking, dancehall, hip hop. breakdancing, Locking, Popping, Melbourne Shuffle, Tecktonik plus many more.
Commercial aka “new style” aka 'feel-good-dance' is a popular response by the dance industry to modernise hip hop with elements of jazz and funk. Commonly seen in music videos and concerts, you can liken this entertaining and diverse form of dance to that of Lady Gaga, Ne-Yo, Beyonce & Jason Derulo.
Also known as b-boying/b-girling, break dancing is an athletic style of street dance. While diverse in the amount of variation available in the dance, the style mainly consists of four kinds of movement: toprock, downrock, power moves and freezes.
Kastumi will guide your technique, teach choreography and encourage those difficult freezes and windmills you've always wished to grasp!
Contemporary dance is a dance style in which a story or theme is explored and portrayed with the body. It involves contact work, improvisation, floor work, balance, travelling sequences and leaps. Contemporary dance also uses techniques from ballet, modern and jazz, as well as embracing dance and movement styles from other cultures.
An artistic dance form performed to music, using precise and highly formalized set steps and gestures. Classical ballet, which originated in Renaissance Italy and established its present form during the 19th century, is characterized by light, graceful movements and the use of pointe shoes with reinforced toes.
Musical theatre is is a form of theatrical performance that combines songs, spoken word, acting and dance. There is a strong emphasis on characterisation and stage presence. Students will delve into the glitzy world of musicals whilst becoming well rounded performers. A great way to build confidence! At Streetenvy we concentrate on the dance with some acting during the performance.
Join us on a Sunday morning for a £10 trial of 2.5 hours with professional West End experienced instructors. Small and large scale performance opportunities with use of props and plenty of fun!
Limited spaces so please hurry if keen to book.
Crossways Primary School - students from other schools are very welcome too.
(Infant School Hall to the right hand side of the car park entrance)
We also teach classes at various schools across the Bristol and South Glos counties and would be keen to teach at your venue too. Please get in touch with us fr more info.
Streetenvy began in Oxford in 2011 and we continue to get many enquiries. We do not hold classes in the Oxford area any more.
Classes cost from £5 per person per class*
Children's classes are charged termly after your first class and payments are collected in advance of the school holidays.
Fees for late payments apply. No refunds. We do not offer free taster sessions.
All children's classes will require participants to purchase and wear the Streetenvy kit (joggers and t-shirt) prior to joining a second term with us..
*Children's classes are pay-per-school-term and only run during term times, with the exception of competition crews. Please arrive earlier than the start time on your first visit to complete a health questionnaire and to promptly make payment in cash only to avoid any delays. All payments are non-refundable. All prices above are based on cash payments. £6 per person or £5 for multiple classes/siblings participating and paying.
We take child well being and safety very seriously at Streetenvy. Our instructors who visit schools have regular child protection training in line with the school policies and all instructors act with professionalism, enthusiasm and instruct in an inclusive to all learning environment. If you have any concerns please do not hesitate to email us or speak to an instructor at the first instance.
If your child requires a toilet break during the class we will seek you out if in the nearby vicinity first however please note that by participating in Streetenvy classes you hereby consent to one of our instructors or volunteer class assistants showing your child/ren where the bathroom is without assistant. Please note that the CCTV in the building is for the safety of everyone. Please be present outside the studio throughout the class if you wish to take your child to the bathroom.
We do not share data that you provide to us to with any third parties. We only use this data for emergency and advertising purposes relevant only to Streetenvy. Your emergency contact numbers are made only visible to the instructor leading your class and Streetenvy Dance Academy director, Simon. This information is locked away over night and while the class is not occurring.
Term 5 Payment
April - May 2019
Payment can be made using our Paypal button (right hand side) or in cash to Simon in a labelled envelope only.
Late fees apply if paid after 6th April (end of term 4) which will automatically be added onto the Paypal button at midnight at +£6 per transaction per week.
This system is to make termly payments easier for everyone so please ensure you are clicking on the correct amount per how many classes your son/daughter is attending below. Mistakes with payments may incur an additional £6 admin fee per person. Due to paypal transaction fees there is a £2 per transaction fee if paying online. Please pay in cash directly to Simon to avoid this fee.
Week day classes in term 5:
w/c 22nd April - (up to) 24th May (x5 weeks)
Saturday classes in term 5 including these dates:
27th April - 25th May 2019 (x5 weeks)
Crossways Primary School differs due to the inset on Monday 22nd April. x4 weeks starting 29th April