Saturday, December 15, 2018

 

What do students wear?

We are not overtly strict, however our studio colours are aqua, white and black, so any clothing that are these colours is accepted.

 

What should be worn to the first class?

Comfortable clothing such as leggings, shorts and a t shirt with bare feet or joggers are fine for the first lesson.

 

Do parents watch?

We encourage the parents to wait in the office for the child’s first time as it can be distracting for them and the others, we do however open the studio doors a little early before class finishes and invite you in to watch the last 5 minutes, then the teacher will give you feedback on how their first lesson went and whether they are in the class suited best for them. We also have a viewing week at the end of Terms 1 & 2.

 

If we miss a class do we still pay?

We do not refund fees for missed classes.

 

When and where is the Dance Trilogy end of year revue held?

Our end of year revue is generally always in the month of November and the venue is yet to be confirmed.

 

At what age can my child start dancing?

We have classes from 2yrs and up.

 

Does my child have to do eisteddfods and concerts?

Eisteddfods are optional, as are concerts, however it is rare that a student doesn’t perform in the concert.

 

Do I have to pay for a whole term or can I pay weekly? What method do you offer?

Payment is by the Term. We offer bank transfer (EFT).

 

Do I need to let you know if my child is absent?

Yes. We appreciate a text message. If we don’t hear, we may think the child has lost interest. Class attendance is important so the dancer doesn’t fall behind.

 

Can we enrol in dancing classes after the dancing Term has already started?

Yes – we accept new students throughout the year.

 

Does Dance Trilogy break for School Holidays?

Yes – we dance within the NSW Schools Terms.

 

How expensive is it to be a part of the end of year revue?

At Dance Trilogy we keep the costs down for you wherever we can. Costume costs are low as we charge a hire fee for each costume which saves you having to buy each costume and the child grows out of it and never wears again.