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Class Times - 2019

Summer Term 2019
Langley Village Hall classes;
Start: Tuesday 23rd April
Half Term: Tuesday 28th & Wednesday 29th May only
No half term for Saturday & Monday students this term.

Sutton Valence Village Hall classes:
Start: Thursday 25th April
No classes on 13th June this is Miss Tayors half term.

End of Term:Thursday 11th July

Autumn Term 2019

Start: Monday 16th September
Half Term: 21st October to 26th October inclusive
Last lesson of Term: Saturday 7th December

The Dancing Boutique will visit Langley on Saturday 21st September

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Easter Show 2019 - March 2019

Congratulations on another brilliant show held in the theatre of Sutton Valence School at the end of March.

'You Can't Stop the Beat' was a huge success. Our school is so lucky to have such amazing students.
Special thanks go to Miss Kiki and Miss Taylor for their music choice and choreographing such great dances.

'You Can't Stop the Beat' T- Shirts and DVDs now on sale.

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50th Year! - November 2018

The Weald School of Dance is in it's 50th Year!
A celebration to mark the anniversary was enjoyed by teachers pupils past & present. Senior students presented a delightful showcase of their Ballet Tap & Modern work. Miss Gould would like to thank everyone involved for a lovely afternoon.

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Beginners Modern & Tap class - Summer 2019

Beginners Modern & Tap class started in September on Thursdays at S.V.V.Hall at 4 to 4 30.  There are one or two places available for the Summer Term.
Please contact us for details.

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Shoes and Uniforms - Available now

The Dancing Boutique - shoes and uniforms can now be purchased online.
Please visit:

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Latest News and Events from Weald School of Dance. Established by Miss Carole Gould, in 1968, originally as a ballet school offering RAD ballet to all ages, the school has grown and is offering more and more exciting dance opportunities, while retaining the personal feel of a small school. Miss Gould has since been joined by Miss Kiki and Miss Claire and a wide range of dance classes are now on offer. We feel it is important for parents to have the opportunity to watch their children dance regularly, to see their progress for themselves. This could be either at an end of term demonstration, ‘parents watching week’ or the annual show. Children are also offered the chance to dance at local fetes in the summer and love the excitement of performance.