theDance SchoolThat includes EveryoneChildren & Adults Classes
Berkshire and Henley Dance is a friendly and welcoming dance school who’s focus is on nurturing a students passion for dance, creating confident, gifted performers.
Offering dance classes from 2 years to Adults in Modern, Tap, Street, Hip hop, Contemporary, Lyrical and Contemporary Fusion.
If your child loves to dance, please bring them for a free trial.
ourStoryFrom small beginnings to a big school with a big heart
Parents, Students and Teachers as One Dance Family
Berkshire and Henley Dance was established in 2007 with one teacher and 3 classes. Since then the school has grown to 4 branches across Berkshire, Hampshire and Oxfordshire in Henley, Shiplake, Arborfield and Eversley. We pride ourselves on being a dance family, supporting and helping young children to grow in confidence and become technically talented dancers. Our classes are current and modern, with fresh ideas and contemporary styles in each genre. Our teachers are vibrant, enthusiastic and dance currently in the professional world too.
ourShows and ProductionsPerformance and Progress Go Hand In Hand
Panto, Festivals, Competitions and Theatre Productions
We believe dancers should be able to express their talent to a wide audience and not just in the confined space of a class room. Children and Adults are able to perform in pantomimes and festivals, competitions and Shows and charity events. Children are also invited to take part in medal tests where they receive feedback on their dance ability with suggestions for improvements for next year and they earn a medal award if they complete their medal test. Children are encouraged to dance as soloists, partnered work and in teams. We believe this not only makes them stronger performers, but also well rounded adults as they move out of their childhood and into the real world. It shows future employers they can stand alone or be a team player.
AnOpportunity to growInspiring Young Minds and Making Parents ProudStudent Helpers
Children who show good technique, natural leadership and nurturing ability are also invited to be student helpers in younger classes. We see the importance in young children being guided by their peers. It gives younger pupils someone to look up to and aspire to be like their role models. This also benefits older children to feel they have made a difference, to feel proud of themselves and they can also see their actions have a direct impact on a young mind.