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  1. Hi , a level 3 BTEC is not to be undertaken lightly,it isn't a soft option by any means,it is equal to 3 A levels. The workload is demanding. Have a search for BTEC dance in your area. There is The Brit School in South East London who offer dance and 1 A level alongside, however it is highly competitive, my daughter got in to study Musical Theatre but accepted somewhere else. https://www.brit.croydon.sch.uk/dance The Roald Academy of Dance are also considering a BTEC. https://www.royalacademyofdance.org/study/btec/btec-in-dance-specifications You need to make the most of free education whilst you can.
  2. Hi,my daughter successfully auditioned for 6th form Musical Theatre. She was invited to a scholarship audition and was offered a very small amount. The amounts I heard of were 10%,20%,50% and a full. She was on a waiting list for boarding and under 18 had to be with a host family or board, it wasn't the school for her as we felt too academic, I do believe that they have stopped doing BTEC ,possibly doing UAL instead?
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