Central School Of Ballet

Course Outline

Spring and Summer Courses

Spending a week at Central School of Ballet is an excellent way to experience a taste of life in full time ballet training. Our popular Spring and Summer Courses provide an opportunity for you to do just this.

Students applying for either the Spring Course or Summer Courses must be 12-16 years of age and have a minimum of RAD Intermediate Foundation or equivalent including pointe work.

Classes begin at around 10am each day and usually end at 5pm. A ballet class is timetabled every day and pointe / boys coaching scheduled for every alternate day. Other classes include Pilates; Contemporary and Repertoire. Depending on the length of a course, we may include classes in Jazz, Character and invite guest tutors and choreographers to lead a masterclass on Creative Choreography or Improvisation.

Application forms and information for Spring and Summer courses 2018 will be announced in the new year.




Summer Dance Blast Activities

Our Summer Dance Blast Activities 2018 are for boys and girls aged 6-12 years. The activities will not run as the usual week long summer programme, but will be available to book per day.

Application forms and information for Summer Dance Blast Activites 2018 will be announced in the new year.



One Day Ballet Intensives

The days are aimed specifically at girls aged 8-16 years. The days are centered around Ballet, giving participants the chance to become fully immersed into a day at Central School of Ballet. The days will also include Pilates and Repertoire, and an additional class which may be; Contemporary, Creative Choreography, Jazz or Improvisation.

Application forms and information for the One Day Ballet Intensives will be announced shortly.



If you would like further information on any of the courses above, please contact a member of the Widening Participation and Access Team.

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