We have a number of different classes and styles for our Primary aged students. We offer a combo of Ballet, Jazz and Tap. Acrobatics (just like the floor work of gymnastics), Contemporary, Lyrical, Poms, Stunting, Broadway (singing), Hip Hop and more. Enrol for a trial class to find out if the style you have chosen is suitable for you or your child. Click here to get started with a class or view the various dance style below.
BJT Combo Ballet
Master different styles in one class
A combination of three styles of dance – ballet, jazz & tap. Students will learn techniques from all three genres/ styles of dance.
Learn tricks in a safe environment
Our acrobatics classes focus on developing flexibility and strength. Students will learn basic contortion and acrobatic tricks such as front and back walkovers, handstands, cartwheels and tumbling. Dancers who need work on their flexibility should consider adding acrobatics to their class schedule.
For kids with attitude!
Modern and dynamic, hip hop is certainly addictive. This powerful, high-energy dance style relies on a punchy beat and a little bit of attitude! Children and adults will master individual moves before learning to build up to longer routines. The Hip Hop craze remains popular around the world and students will love these dynamic classes.
Perfect for future stars
This upbeat class teaches Broadway-style jazz choreography and show-stopping stage presence with a focus on learning song-and-dance numbers from a variety of musical productions, past and present. Broadway Kids is a great class for aspiring Broadway stars!
Lyrical 6-10 Years
Lyrical is a beautiful and fluid dance form that combines the techniques of jazz, contemporary and ballet. Lyrical allows dancers to use their bodies to interpret the music and teaches grace, control and flow of movement. This style is a great accompaniment to ballet classes as it teaches students how to use ballet techniques to extract meaning and emotion from dances.
Extend your skill-set with contemporary
A class that originally formed by borrowing from classical, modern and jazz styles of dance. It has since come to incorporate many styles of dance including non-western dance cultures such as African and Japanese.