DOES LETTING YOUR CHILD PARTICIPATE IN DANCE EXAMINATIONS CONERN YOU?.........IT SHOULDN’T!
ATOD (Australian Teachers of Dancing) is a world wide organization that has a very high reputation
for not only it’s systems of training, but also the way in which our dance examinations are held throughout the world.
They are leaders in the field of dance education, providing the solid foundations for dance studios
to be able to offer professional and enchanting experiences
to their students.
Examinations with ATOD have a wonderful reputation for being an all inclusive and rewarding experience for students.
Research has shown that children who participate in examinations each year gain confidence and learn important life skills. Participating in exams also provides our children with resilience, the ability to set and achieve personal goals and the knowledge of arts and it’s discipline.
It allows for students to receive constructive comments and advice on how to continually improve.
Each students receives a comprehensive report and a medal.
Children find this such a fun way of progressing through the grades and a very special keep sake for all of their hard work. We would like to encourage you to allow your child fulfil their dance journey and to join the growing number of students take exams under this fabulous systems of training.
All syllabus work is taught with the intention that students will work towards sitting an exam.
We also offer awards at our annual prize giving where
students may receive a trophy or prize.
Engraving goes back as far as 1970’s on some of the trophies so following in the footsteps of older students and in some cases parents and relations that have gone before them is quite an awesome achievement! Older students often donate cups and trophies when they leave to celebrate excellence in our school.
Following completion of the assessment, children receive a medal and a written report.
Participating in an assessment has numerous benefits
including providing parents and the teacher with an opportunity to build self-confidence and pride.