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  1. Yes Nala my little girl has been offered week one
  2. Do they do more than one role?? It seems very expensive. I’m probably jumping the gun but want to be prepared. Thank you Balletmum1704
  3. We have been lucky enough to be recalled for final auditons for the junior company. We didn't expect to get past prelims so I am now looking at the logistics and cost. Has anyone else done this before?? I know the initial cost and that's going to be a struggle but it the incidentals and the extra accommodation, tickets etc that I'm not sure about. Any insight to this would be amazing.
  4. not really rudolp23 she is very focused in class, not that i'm in class but from what the teacher tells me.
  5. My DD is a Royal Ballet JA and we have had our yearly progress report from the teacher. She has said that she has a very young look about her!! She is 9 and year 5 but I'm not sure what she means. Does anyone have any ideas?? I have asked her what she means is it physically that she looks young but she said its not a physical look. Her exact words were 'she is a lovely mover but still has a young look about her'
  6. The letter that was emailed to me says year 6 is 12.45 to 14.15. Hope this helps
  7. Thank you everyone for all your advice. I have emailed her RBS associate teacher and explained the situation to her. Awaiting her reply!!
  8. DD goes to JA there but it would take me over an hour to get there rush hour. Not possible during the week. Has anyone any experience of shelagh Elliot clarke??
  9. Snowflake her confidence is already taking a down turn. Her JA teacher mentioned it to me!!! Has anyone any recommendations for schools in the Merseyside/Cheshire area.??
  10. Yes Sarahw it's about 15 mins away. All the classes are on a Saturday morning which will clash with elmhurst associates!! Has anyone any experience with Elliot Clarke studios??
  11. yes youngatheart we have ks dance and Shelagh Elliott Clarke about a 20 min drive from us.
  12. That is my worry taxi4ballet. All her peers in the JAs seem to be romping ahead. Whilst I don't want to compare her against the others I'm worried she'll be left behind and therefore she won't get the same chances as the others. My DD is getting bored. She was upset when she realised she'll be in Grade 3 until she is 11. Her teacher is lovely and ex professional but I do feel it's too slow. She does 45 min twice a week because the teacher won't allow her in anymore classes and she must stay with her peer group regardless of ability.
  13. Sorry quite new to this. I've posted in doing dance. thank you
  14. Members 15 16 posts Report post Posted 2 hours ago My DD is nine and has just taken RAD grade 2. She attends a small school held in a village hall with just one teacher. We have just had an email telling us her result and telling us that her next exam will be 2019. I have clarified this with the teacher as I thought it was a typing error. Is this usual for RAD exams to be 2 years apart. My DD is a royal ballet JA and elmhurst as well. Seems a long time to me. Anyone had any experience of this thanks
  15. My DD is nine and has just taken RAD grade 2. She attends a small school held in a village hall with just one teacher. We have just had an email telling us her result and telling us that her next exam will be 2019. I have clarified this with the teacher as I thought it was a typing error. Is this usual for RAD exams to be 2 years apart. My DD is a royal ballet JA and elmhurst as well. Seems a long time to me. Anyone had any experience of this thanks
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