Ballroom, Disco, Latin & Street
A great class for any enthusiastic dancer or budding star! Full of fun and different dance genres that allow them to explore their love for dance!
Dancing to the latest strictly moves in Latin and ballroom or learning routines from the latest tracks of today’s stars! This class is popular and upbeat which brings many opportunities your way!
So why not come along and try your first class for free to see for yourself what all the fuss is about!Join Class
Where's my nearest class?
We currently provide Medalist dance classes in the following areas. All these venues are secure safe environments, with café services for parents & plenty of onsite parking.
Who teaches the classes?
A fully qualified dance and education teacher who holds a championship adjudicator license.Read More
A fully qualified ballet and Latin teacher who is know for her vibrant and fun personality.Read More
An enthusiastic teacher who is great at interacting with the children, passing on her vast knowledge.Read More
A fully qualified teacher who brings inspiration and experience to the whole team.Read More
A fully qualified instructor who is known for her perfection and vast formation team experience.Read More
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if you have any additional questions
Below is a list of the most common questions we're asked about this class but please don't hesitate to get in touch if you have any additional questions.
How does my child join the class?
You can sign your child up to one of the classes by either telephone, email or pop in and see us.
How much does it cost to join the class?
£25 every 4 weeks.
How do I pay for the class?
You can pay with cash at any of the classes. Only Llantwit Fardre studios will accept card payments.
How long is the class?
Does my child need dance shoes?
For the first few weeks we are happy for them to wear flat comfy shoes to make sure they happy and to prevent any unnecessary expense to you. Shoes can then be ordered and purchased through the merchandise store.
What should my child wear for her first dance class?
For the first few weeks we are happy for them to wear comfy clothes they can move around in. Practice wear is then available to purchase from the merchandise store.
Do you have a café?
Cha Cha Choco latte café is onsite and offers hot and cold drinks, hot and cold snacks, sweets and chocolates. These can be enjoyed in soft comfortable seating area or at the dining tables provided.
What are medal tests?
Medal tests are taken every 3 months by children that attend all classes. Children start off on a bronze level and continue progressing up the levels in Latin, disco, ballroom and street. Children are put into groups in their lessons according to the level they are working towards.
Where are medal tests held?
The medal tests are held in the venues the children normally attend their classes.
What happens on presentation days?
Presentation days are usually 2 weeks after medal tests. This a fun day in which the children take part in friendly dance competitions in their age categories and also they are presented with their awards from the medal test.