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Uniform & Grooming

Note on Uniform:

All Children from Primary Ballet upwards are expected to have their hair in a bun. See pictures

Note:

  • Children in Baby Class, Pre primary and Primary should wear a pink short sleeved leotard, pink cross over chiffon ballet skirt, pink ballet sock or tights and pink leather ballet shoes. Hair should be tied neatly in a ponytail for Babies and pre Primary but should be a bun for Primary. No outer garments maybe worn for class with the exception of a tight fitting crossover top which needs to be removed once the dancer is warm.
  • Grade 1 should wear a pale blue short sleeved leotard, pink ballet sock or tights and pink leather ballet shoes. In addition they will need black canvas character shoes and a black character skirt which is made to measure at the school. No outer garments maybe worn for class with the exception of a tight fitting crossover top which needs to be removed once the dancer is warm.
  • Grade 2, 3, 4, and 5 should wear wear Lilac ( GR2), Turquoise ( GR3), Navy (GR 4), Burgundy (GR5) strapped leotard, pink ballet tights and leather pink ballet shoes. In addition they will need black canvas character shoes and a black character skirt which is made to measure at the school. No outer garments maybe worn for class with the exception of a tight fitting crossover top which needs to be removed once the dancer is warm.
  • Grade 6, 7, 8 and seniors can wear any coloured leotard for class as well as pink ballet tights and pink ballet shoes. No outer garments maybe worn for class with the exception of a tight fitting crossover top which needs to be removed once the dancer is warm. For Grades 6, 7 and 8 examinations they will need a matching or toning chiffon calf length skirt as well as black canvas character shoes and a black character skirt. Vocational exam candidates have an option to wear navy, black or slate grey but the leotard can have only one strap and may not be a crossed back.
  • Anyone who consistently comes to class without the appropriate attire or hair, can be asked to sit out for that session, or in some cases sent home.
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