Melody Bear Ballet

Little Bear Feet

Little Bear Feet classes are the first step in the Melody Movement dance program. In addition to movement skills, children are introduced to other fundamental curriculum learning skills such as counting, colour and shape recognition, vocabulary and language skills. The strength of the system is that learning is achieved through imaginative movement which is enjoyable and fun. Melody Movement provides every child with the opportunity to discover and fulfil their own potential whilst nurturing creative development. The non-competitive award schemes motivate, delight and inspire the young dancers as they advance from Little Bear Feet classes to the Junior Ballet levels

 Melody Movement

Melody Movement introduces children to dance and movement using the natural 
actions of the body such as running, walking, jumping, hopping, skipping and 
galloping.  

It is structured to aid children’s physical development, coordination, spatial 
awareness, sensory development, creativity and self-expression, working individually, with a partner, or as a group.

Melody Movement Junior Ballet

The Melody Movement Early Learning Junior Ballet syllabus teaches children the basics of ballet and dance.  In addition to simple barre and imagination centre practice ideas,  the syllabus has creative themes such as:  the Weeping Willow Fairy dance, the Magic Shawl dance Phoenix from the Fire, and the Woodland Ball with the wicked witch as our uninvited guest!  

Children are also introduced the music of ballets such as Swan Lake, Giselle and Coppélia.

 

Day Time Grade Venue
Saturday 9.00am - 9.30am Melody Movement The Hive, Manor C of E School
Saturday  9.00am - 9.30am First Ballet/Foundation Ballet The Hive, Manor C of E School
Saturday 10.45am - 11.45am Junior Ballet The Hive, Manor C of E School

Up coming events

*** Exciting News ***

 

Our next anual show will be held at York Barbican on Sunday 3rd March 2019

Recent Achievements

At the recent Dance On! Yorkshire we gained best choreography for the Hunger games, choreographed by Amber Horner.