Frequently Asked Questions

1 - Do you offer a trial class?

Yes, please contact me (Sarah) on 0419866765 for a suitable class to attend or just register below. All trial classes are $10.00.

2 - What should I/my child wear to a trial class?

Something comfortable and easy to move in such as leggings and a t-shirt. I have an abundance of ballet flats for the ballet class trials, sneakers please for the Hip Hop and bare feet or light sneakers for the Musical Theatre and Jazz classes.

3 - Does it matter that I/my child has never danced before?

No!! Not at all, we all have to start somewhere! All classes are based on age, not ability. We will endeavour to be sure that each students feels comfortable and enjoys the new experience.

4 - How do I enrol?

It’s super simple, just click on the enrol link below. After deciding on which class/classes you/your child wish to attend, select the option, fill in all sections and voila, you’re done. There is no obligation, just a formality.

Don’t hesitate to call or email with any queries. Email - or phone Sarah on 0419866765.

5 - Do I need to enrol each term?

Yes, whether returning or new, you do need to re/enrol each term as your details may have changed, there may be other things on offer that you may be interested in from term to term, exam classes, performance opportunities etc.

*Please note when registering your child that all classes are developed age appropriately. Following the guide shown will help your child to develop their social skills and learn at the correct pace. It’s super simple, but don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any worries.

6 - What are the term fees?

A term fee begins at $90.00 for a 30 minute class up to $135.00 for 75 minute class. Discount of 15% for students or families taking 3 or more classes during the week is offered. Most terms are 10 week terms and if we do not have classes due to public holidays, I encourage you to do make up class wherever possible.

Please note that all term fees must be paid up by the end of week 4 of each term to avoid a $10 late fee. *If necessary,I am happy to arrange a payment plan upon request.

7 - What are the uniform requirements?

*Dance With Miss Sarah’s pre-school programme (20 mths - 5 yrs)
Anything Goes!! Leather soled ballet flats or bare feet are required. Smiles are compulsory!

*Pre-primary and Primary levels girls (5 - 7 yrs)
Ballet Pink leotard (Energetiks style DCL04,) ballet skirts are optional, salmon or theatrical pink stockings or ballet socks with leather soled ballet flats.

*Ballet 1 - 6 girls (8 yrs and up)
Navy blue leotard (Energetiks style CL04), navy wrap skirt is optional, salmon or theatrical pink ballet tights with leather soled ballet flats.

*Intermediate - Advanced levels girls (13 yrs and up)
Navy blue wide strapped leotard (Energetics style AL11) navy wrap skirt is optional, theatrical pink ballet tights with leather split soled ballet flats.

*Pre-primary - Ballet 6 boys (5 -12 yrs)
White T-shirt (any), black or navy bike shorts or leggings, white socks and white leather soled ballet flats (full soled).

*Intermediate - Advanced levels boys (13 and up)
White cap sleeved leotard (Conrad style BL02), navy tights, white socks and white leather split soled ballet flats.

*Musical Theatre and Jazz Ballet girls (4 - 12 yrs)
Navy leotard (Energetiks style CL04) or the uniform t-shirt in pink, blue, purple or black - $25.00, black dance shorts or leggings with tan leather, split sole, slip on jazz shoes.

*Musical Theatre and Jazz Ballet boys (4 - 12 yrs)
Uniform T-shirt in black - $25.00, black dance shorts or pants with black leather, split sole, slip on jazz shoes.

*Hip Hop classes boys and girls (4 - 12 yrs)
Uniform T-shirt in colour of choice -$25.00, black basketball shorts, leggings or tracksuit pants with comfortable sneakers.

*To order or try on the uniform t-shirt please get in touch with Sarah on 0419866765.
All other attire, I recommend The Stage Shop - 3 Leigh St Adelaide and Dance FX - 152 Unley Rd Unley.

8 - Do you have a concert?

Yes, we will hold a relaxed mid-year demonstration at the beautiful John Bray Performing Arts Centre (Gloucester Ave Belair), at end of term 2 to showcase what we have been learning throughout our first 2 terms. No costumes required.
There will also be an End Of Year Show, held mid-December. Taking part in the concert is exciting, fun and empowering! A chance to showcase their teamwork and skills learned throughout the year. The environment is fun and supportive and I encourage even the youngest and newest students to be involved.

Is there a concert fee?

Yes, a one off payment of $65.00 will be charged at the beginning of term 3. This cost covers many things including a beautiful take home costume, shipping costs, venue hire for both rehearsals and shows, videographer, photographers, technicians, licensing, gifts, liability insurance, GST and many more expenses that go into putting on a show.

What else is involved in the concert?

There will be a photo day on a Saturday or Sunday afternoon and a rehearsal leading up to the show. There will be two shows and your child may be required to participate in both shows depending on which class they attend.

Is it compulsory to participate in the End Of Year Show?

No, however if this is the case, pease let your teacher know ASAP as routines etc. may need to be amended. Keep in mind, most students love taking part and would be sad to miss out on the enjoyment of performing on stage with their friends.

9 - What styles of dance do you offer?

EPBS teaches the style of Cecchetti Ballet, beginning at the pre-primary level.

Pre School dance classes will use a playful approach with instruments, props and age appropriate activities to create a fun foundation for classical ballet.

We also offer classes in Musical Theatre, Jazz and Hip Hop.

You can view our timetable and class descriptions below.

10 - Can I watch my child’s class?

Parents are always welcome to watch if desired! There will be a mid-year demonstration at the end of term 2 and an end of year show in term 4.
Please know that some children can get quite nervous with a parent watching, some may feel uncomfortable, some may be easily distracted by noise. If you are watching, please be considerate of the class.

11 - Where can I park?

Church of the Holy Innocents’ - 31 Sheoak Road, Belair. Please use the car parking area around the back of the Church rather than the disabled parks as many elderly people come and go. It is also much safer to use the rear carpark, as there are no roads to cross. Belair Community Centre - 1 Burnell Drive, Belair. Lots of parking both front and rear. Belair Uniting Church - 18 Sheoak Road, Belair. Lots of parking out the front.

Any additional questions, feel free to email me at or phone Sarah: 0419866765