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Launch of new Junior School syllabus

Calendar Posted 9 February 2012

Central School of Ballet is delighted to announce the launch of its own in-house Junior School syllabus, which will reflect Central's unique and internationally recognised method of vocational training.

Sara Matthews, Director, says:

"Central School of Ballet is committed to giving all students the opportunity to be the best dancer they can be, and to developing creative and versatile dancers at all levels. We are proud of our youngest dancers and the vitality that they add to our school. I am thrilled that this launch of a new dedicated Junior School Syllabus is an opportunity for our young dancers to enjoy the diversity and benefits of the same principle methods of training as our Senior School. This is an exciting next stage in our Junior School development, and I look forward to following the progress of these young dancers as they move through the new levels and who knows, possibly even to our Senior School one day."

The new syllabus will enable Central to offer a fuller and more diverse dance experience, with more performance opportunities than are currently offered. A wider selection of dance styles including jazz, contemporary and musical theatre will be offered, in addition to ballet, which remains as the core discipline.

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