🥰🩰💃🕺 Level 3 26th April: CHILD & TEEN PUPILS STUDIO CLASSES RESUME!
We’re delighted to announce, after the latest Scottish Government review, we are all set to return to studio classes for children and teenagers at Dance For All on Monday 26th April! All previous Covid risk mitigation health and safety measures will still be firmly adhered to with class numbers restricted according to our space and ventilation recommendations and we will continue to operate under all Government and relevant association Covid-19 guidelines for the foreseeable future.
The whole of Scotland, including all island communities, will be in Level 3 from Monday 26 April: https://www.gov.scot/news/accelerated-easing-of-restrictions/
Dance For All Classes
Current pupils and class attendees: we will contact you via email – please add firstname.lastname@example.org to your address book so you don’t miss our updates.
New pupils and class attendees: please email us email@example.com to join our online dance classes.
Adults: Adult ballet will continue online, with plans to start studio classes when Scotland moves into Level 2 on 17th May, pending government guidelines and restrictions.
Please do not attend Dance For All (including online classes) if you feel unwell or have any coronavirus Covid-19 symptoms (new continuous cough, loss of smell and/or fever or high temperature), including mild symptoms – see the latest advice from NHS Inform Scotland and guidance from the Scottish Government.
Dance For All College
Audition applications are currently open – find out more and apply online >>>
We are in touch with our current student cohort and set up to teach online and, where safe and allowed under government measures, in-person – guidance from the Scottish Government. We are excited to welcome new and returning college students, pupils, and class attendees for a new term at DFA.
Thank you everyone!
Thank you again for being so supportive throughout our spring term on Zoom – we were really impressed by the dedication and enthusiasm shown by so many of our pupils and attendees and very pleased with the genuine progress that was made in spite of all the restrictions and difficulties – well done everyone!