By Teresa Gomez, Communications and Marketing

30 June 2017 - 09:06

Baile flamenco

The youngest at the School, our girls from Early Years, have just made their stage debut performance, earlier this month. Their first classical dance and flamenco festival at which they delighted both parents and teachers. With polka dots, frills and fans they exhibited great style. Everyone was amazed at the yougsters, tapping out “La Tarantela” “Me voy pa’ Cai” and “La Chata Merénguela” amongst others.

Dance has been incorporated into the Schools' academic programme for over 30 years. It is both a curricular and extra-curricular activity and fills Parents' diaries. Dance begins, from an early age, in the infants section of the School with movement routines. These develop both physical strength and also stimulate creativity, using body movement to respond to music.

Dance is one of the most popular activities in School and we now have more than 150 girls beween the ages of 3 and 18, who participate weekly. They can choose between either, Spanish Dance or Classical Ballet.


Bravo, to all our young dancers and ballerinas!