Newsletter posting: 21 March 2022
Term 1 dance continues until the end of Week 10. Continuing DanceXcel students in Year 1 to Year 6 should now have received their Term 2 invoices. Term 2 DanceXcel commences in Week 1 (subject to full payment) and will continue until the end of Week 9. Due to a very inconsistent Term 1, a discount has been automatically applied to those troupes who missed lessons throughout the term. As a sign of good will a further $10 discount has been applied to all Term 2 invoices.
We are now seeking Expressions of Interest for our Prep DanceXcel program. To register your Prep daughter's interest in joining our DanceXcel Prep Troupe, please email email@example.com and further information will be sent via SMS. Very limited places are available in our Prep program for 2022.
Broadbeach State School offers a quality school dance program offering jazz dance classes in the James Centre. The program was expanded in 2019 to include 13 troupes from Prep to Year 6, including an Elite Troupe. A major highlight each year is The Arts Gala at the Gold Coast Convention & Exhibition Centre.
DanceXcel lessons include warm-ups, stretches, strengthening exercises, jazz steps/progressions, dance routines and performance techniques.
Students are taught by qualified dance teachers and are prepared for a range of school/community performances offered throughout the school year. Some of these may include Danc'eD in the Spotlight, Gold Coast Eisteddfod, school performances, Christmas Carols and the culminating Arts Gala.
Our DanceXcel program has a clear dress code which was agreed upon on enrolment of the program. The following excerpt from the Expression of Interest brochure clearly states;
As a safety requirement, all students must wear black jazz shoes at all rehearsal and performances. For comfort, dancewear may be worn to each class. However, midriff tops are not permitted. Prep students must wear their school uniform to rehearsals.
Your cooperation in ensuring your child/ren comply with our dress code each week is appreciated.