Sarah’s Street Style Dance sets up class for twinkle-toed toddlers
A NEW street dance class has started in March for twinkle-toed toddlers.
Ex-Neale Wade Community College pupil Sarah White is holding dance classes for two to four year-olds at Neale Wade Sports Centre.
Sarah, who has danced all her life and did a music theatre course in Cambridge, is relishing the prospect of working with such enthuisiastic young dancers.
She said: “It can be hard but it is a nice challenge and definitely a fun one.
“We do the basics and it is great for the kids to get used to the rhythm of the music.”
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Sharon Marshall took her daughter Roxanne, 3, to the class and was full of praise for it.
She said: “Roxanne loves it. She is dancing all the time at home anyway so it made sense to bring her along.”
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Sarah is delighted to be able to give back to the area where she grew up. She said: “I know all the teachers and they still remember me. I have taught PE classes here as well.”
The accomplished performer also runs hip-hop, break dance and house dance classes for older children.
She said:“The kids all watch dancing on the TV and they are all inspired by their older siblings who also dance.”