Upon registration, students will receive one bodysuit and one pair of tights (colour according to dress code below). Students must be in their dance uniform in order to participate in class. We have a dress code for our kids’ classes for several reasons: it allows teachers to see the dancer’s body (it’s hard to tell if a dancer is going to hurt their knees if we can’t see their legs!), it’s required for dance exams, and it gives the dancers a sense of professionalism and team spirit. Please keep your dancer’s hair out of their face! Hair doesn’t have to be in a bun, but it should be pulled back – it’s far more comfortable, and a lot easier to dance in.
Infant & Starlite Ballet: pink tights, pink bodysuit, pink ballet slippers (OPTIONAL: pink ballet skirt)
Pre-Primary Ballet: pink tights, pink bodysuit, pink ballet skirt, pink leather ballet shoes
Grade 1 to 4 Ballet: pink tights, peacock blue bodysuit, pink leather ballet shoes (OPTIONAL: black ballet skirt)
Highland: beige tights, peacock blue bodysuit, black highland ghillies – Primary Highland may wear black ballet shoes instead (OPTIONAL: black dance shorts)
Jazz: beige tights, peacock blue bodysuit, black jazz shoes – Primary Jazz may wear black ballet shoes instead (OPTIONAL: black dance shorts)
Modern: footless beige tights, peacock blue bodysuit (OPTIONAL: beige sole shields or half soled shoes, black dance shorts)
Tap: beige tights, peacock blue bodysuit, black tap shoes
Boys: white t-shirt, black leggings or dance tights, shoes as above
At the teachers’ discretion, appropriate warm-up wear can be worn for the beginning of class when it is needed.
Any comfortable dance or exercise wear is suitable. NO JEANS PLEASE! Hair should be tied back off the face for all dance classes.
Suggestion for dance shoes (no outdoor shoes are permitted in the studio):
Ballet: pink ballet shoes
Highland: highland ghillies or black ballet shoes
Jazz: black jazz shoes or black ballet shoes
Modern: bare feet or sole shields
Tap: black tap shoes