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Frequently Asked Questions


What age do your classes start from?

We teach little ones from just 18 months of age in our Pre-school Dance program and Ballet giving them a fun introduction to dance.


Does Industry Dance accept Active and Creative Vouchers

Yes, we do and at anytime. Please email your vouchers to us here.


What classes do you offer in the performing arts?

Industry Dance offers jazz, contemporary, tap, musical theatre, vocal and acrobatics. Our students have auditioned and won roles in professional productions under the guidance of Industry’s incredible teaching staff.


Do you offer the Royal Academy of Dance syllabus?

Yes, absolutely! We are proud to offer all of our students the Royal Academy of Dance classical syllabus, along with open classes and guest teachers.


Are pointe classes available at Industry Dance?

Yes! This class is a great opportunity to improve strength and technique for pointe work.


My child has never danced before—does this matter?

Not at all, we all have to start somewhere. Our classes are grouped by ages, therefore allowing a mixed ability. With the hard work and dedication of our teachers, we ensure that each child is equipped with the correct information in order to improve and build on those skills.


Do we offer a trial lesson?

Yes, we offer a free trial week for children to come and try any dance styles they are interested in, to ensure they enrol in the classes best fit for them.


Do your students participate in eisteddfods?

Yes! Industry Dance offers all its students' performance opportunities including eisteddfods, exams, shows, revues and concerts. Our Industry Dance Co represents our studio at eisteddfods and various shows and events throughout the year.


Does your dance studio have sprung floors?

Yes, it certainly does! Fitted with full length mirrors and Ballet bars.


Is the Industry Dance timetable on NSW time?

Yes! We operate on NSW time and follow NSW school terms. Check out our timetable here.


Are acrobatic lessons offered at Industry Dance studio?

Yes! Our exciting acrobatic classes are taught under the world class Acro link syllabus.


What kind of snack should I be putting in my child’s dance bag to eat in between classes?

Any high-energy fruit is a good choice or cheese and crackers. A handful of nuts or seeds is also a great energy boost. For more snack ideas, check out our interview with naturopath Katrina Ellis.


Can I watch my child's class?
Depending on the child's age this is at the teacher's discretion for their first class. 
After the initial class though parents are not to watch, as it is very distracting for the class. We have an open week in week 10 of every term where parents are welcome to come and see the progress their child has made through the term.

Does my child need proper dance shoes for their first lesson? If not, when do they need to have them by?
No, dance shoes are not necessary for their first class. Come and try a few classes and see what your child likes.  Ideally, by week 2 or 3 at the very latest, your child will need dance shoes to get the most out of classes.

If I have a private lesson, do I need to compete in a competition?
No, you don’t. Many students have private lessons to work on solo routines for eisteddfods, but others concentrate on their technique and learning new skills in their private lessons. Private lessons are tailored to the individual.


What payment systems do you use?

All payments are made via Payrix and there is an option for weekly or termly upfront payments.


I don’t know which class I should enrol my child in, how can I determine that?

If you are unsure about classes we will contact you in order to inform you of the age group and classes your child should be enrolled in. Plus we can arrange a trial week to ensure the class is right for your child.


 How do I enrol?

After completion of trial week, someone will be in contact with you in regards to filling out a membership form and paying membership fees, along with setting up payment activations.



 Do you have a uniform? 

Yes we do! There are many uniform options, these are available via our website. Uniform is compulsory as we feel it creates a studio culture and ensures we can identify industry dance students.


 Is the end of year concert compulsory?

The end of year concert is a great opportunity for the kids to showcase their hard work and be rewarded through the process of performing. Performing in state of the art theatres ensures all children are exposed to being involved in a professional show.  We encourage all children to perform in the concert but it is not compulsory.




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