An imaginative, fun and educational class for your little one.
These small classes give young children the opportunity to develop physically and socially in an imaginative environment. Responding to a range of rhythms and stimuli, fine and gross motor skills are able to evolve and mature. We use nursery rhymes, well known songs, books and films to inspire the children and our aim is to create dance classes that are fun as well as educational.
At a glance
April - July
The class lasts 30 minutes
Small, friendly classes (maximum of 10 children in Toddlers and 14 in Pre-School and Reception)
Cheeky Feet Toddlers is for children aged 1-3 years and their parent/carer
Cheeky Feet Pre-school (3-4 years) helps the children to develop personally; working without their parent and instead with other children
Cheeky Feet Reception gives children further chance to develop technically and socially whilst learning dance routines
Michele will always have a DBS checked dance teaching assistant in the class
We welcome parents to watch their children on the last week of each term to see what we have been working on
The Bingham Hall
Pre-school - 2:15 - 2:45pm
Toddlers – 2:15 – 2:45pm (with a drink and biscuit afterwards)
Pre-School – 3:15 – 3:45pm
Reception – 4.00 – 4:30pm
Meet the teachers
Michele trained at the London College of Dance and Drama where she studied all forms of dance. She has a wide range of experience and has worked with both children and adults in a variety of settings. Michele strongly believes that dance classes should be accessible to all and has a particular interest in the development of movement skills in younger children.
Carly graduated from SLP performing arts college. She has a wide range of dance styles including ballet, tap, modern, jazz and commercial. Her professional credits include; Parade Dancer and Performer at DisneyLand Paris, working for a dance company in London called Live Business and travelling around Europe for TUI Holidays.
Teaching dance is her passion and she loves passing on her knowledge to the next generation of dancers.