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Hi all, I’m looking for a recommendation for a ballet school in west London (W9, W2, W11, NW8) or Central London for a seven-year old. She is scheduled to do Primary RAD in March 2020 and I’d like to change school after this date. I’m open re syllabus. An organised school who do not do Christmas shows etc would be great. Thank you in advance (and if there is an archive of old posts where I should research this topic I’d be grateful to be pointed in that direction). Thank you again, T

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I would recommend Masters of Ballet Academy. They are in east Acton, London. You can find them on facebook. Olga and Elena are the professional Vaganova method classical ballet teachers and they really give amazing training. 

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Thank you! I’ll look into them; I’m not familiar with their method but that said I know very little about ballet so will do some research. Appreciate you taking the time to come back to me; thank you. 

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If you contact RAD HQ at Battersea they will give you a list of RAD teachers by postcode or at least they use to And explain the meaning of the letters after teachers names That should help with your research 

Good luck 

 

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Is Battersea doable, MVP?  I would recommend the RAD’s own dance school at RAD HQ if so. 

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Thank you Anna. Sadly it’s not (esp mid week); it’s only 3.5 miles from where I am (St Johns wood side of Maida Vale) but a dreadful journey regardless of transport method!  If in years to come my little one gets serious about ballet I’d consider it but not now.... but thank you. I appreciate you taking the time to post 

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