Get grooving with your toddler! Using colourful props and lots of music we’ll work with you to help your child explore and develop through imaginative movement and play. Your toddler will build their balance, coordination and listening skills.
Each child will get a bag of props for the duration of class, no more than one parent per child can participate per session. For ages under 5.
What you need: Comfy clothes for you and your toddler and plenty of water. We also require participants over the age of 11 to wear face coverings in the centre.
Please be aware that children are only able to attend one weekly children's class at Forest Art Centre. If you need any more information please email email@example.com
Tutor: Lauren Cooper
Dancing has been a passion of Lauren's since the age of 3. Since then she has continued that passageway through teaching and sharing her enjoyment of dance with others. After attaining a BTEC National Diploma at college level, she decided to continue her education at Winchester University and gained her BA (Hons) Degree in Dance and Performing Arts. She currently teaches a variety of Dance styles and Drama classes to a range of different ages varying from toddlers to adults in several dance establishments, primary schools, and nurseries throughout Bournemouth, Poole and Hampshire.
Tickets: £4 per week
Session: Monday 7 June - 5 July, 9.15am-10am
August Classes: 2-23 Aug, 10.30am-11.15am
Book your space for Tiny Toes at Hampshire Cultural Trust's Forest Arts Centre, New Milton now!
To help keep everyone safe, we’ve made some changes at Forest Arts Centre. We have introduced a number of measures in line with government guidelines to help manage our visitor numbers and ensure we maintain social distancing to protect you, our staff and volunteers. You can find out what we are doing at Forest Arts Centre here. More information is available in our FAQs. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any enquiries. Activities are subject to change and this event will take place dependent on government guidelines in place at the time.
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