Angelina Jandolo Dance school teaches the art of street dance each week to children in Greenwich, London.

Each of our friendly and enthusiastic dance teachers have trained professionally and performed ballet, contemporary and street dance at national and international levels. Street dance lessons in Greenwich are taught to a particularly high standard, structured around choreography that will help your child’s technique, comprehension and ability.

Both complete beginners and those with existing dance experience will learn and evolve their technique through structured terms of dance lessons. While we currently only teach in Greenwich, do be sure to let us know if you’re keen for lessons to start in your area!

Street Dance in London

Our street dance classes are taught in Greenwich by Miss Emily, one of the school’s longest-serving teachers. She brings out a huge amount of talent, technique and enthusiasm in her students, and teaches street dance to modern music. A lot of children learning ballet technique enjoy relaxing with street dance as an additional style to master, others prefer to focus solely on street as their dance style of choice!

Find a street dance class

Emily teaches street dance each Wednesday during term time. In future, we’ll be expanding our street dance program to incorporate more advanced levels, and will soon be considering moving into IDTA exam grades. All technique taught currently is in line with the current syllabus, so students will have the option of entering exams in the future, but will just as happily be able to learn great technique for their own love of dance.

Our locations

Greenwich

Children: Ballet, tap & street.

Adults: Ballet & tap.

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Dulwich

Children: Ballet & tap.

Adults: Ballet.

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Shoreditch

Children: Ballet & tap.

Adults: Ballet & tap.

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Eltham

Children: Ballet & tap.

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blackheath

Children: Ballet & tap.

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Crystal Palace

Children: Ballet.

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Book your lessons

Payments are taken by term, but your very first lesson can be attended via a one-off payment, to check that you enjoy the class.

Need more info? Call us on 07794 201531

children’s street dance FAQs

How will I be paying?

We are offering a trial class billed as a one-off payment of a single class. After the trial class, all fees are paid per half term.

For example, if you would like to try adult beginner ballet:

The trial class would be a single payment of £8.50. Then, the five weeks left in the half term would be billed for £42.50.

You can pay cash for your trial directly to the dance teacher or via bank transfer at least 24 hours before your class. Please use this account:

Account Holder: Angelina Jandolo
Sort code: 60-09-16
Account number: 73767700

We also allow you to make up any missed classes on a different day of the week during the same half term.

How old does my child have to be to start street dance?

We generally teach children from the age of five, which is when they can begin to learn the IDTA syllabus.

For younger children, we recommend the Babyballet franchise in Greenwich and Blackheath, where Angelina, Emily and Nicky have all previously taught, or still currently do!

Do street dance exams count towards UCAS points?

Some of the graded exams do count towards points, and more information can be found on the IDTA website and UCAS website..

Can my child take more than one dance lesson per week?

Absolutely. Whilst many students enjoy one lesson a week, we strongly encourage any students who wish to spend more time learning with our teachers.

Will my child need any specific clothing or equipment?

Street dance does not require a uniform to be purchased. The only vital clothing will of course be a pair of comfortable trainers!

Can my child take private lessons?

A number of our students take private lessons regularly or on an had hoc basis, to deepen the technique taught in class.

Will my child participate in shows?

We hold shows regularly (and additionally run workshops and summer schools) which children can take part in. Some of these events are part of the school term schedule, others are separate to the main term and require sign-up.

Should my child take exams?

Exams are a good way to work towards a goal and a great motivational tool, but each child is different. If you think your child would not enjoy taking an exam, we are happy to simply move the child up a level when their teacher thinks that they are ready to progress.

Upcoming Term dates
Autumn 1

3/9/2018 – 20/10/2018 (7weeks)

Autumn 2

29/10/2018 – 22/12/2018 (8 weeks)

Spring 1

7/01/2019 – 16/02/2019 (6 weeks)

Spring 2

25/02/2019 – 6/04/2019 (6 weeks)

Summer 1

23/04/2019 – 25/05/2019 (5 weeks – Monday classes 3 weeks- no class on bank holiday 22/4 and 6/5)

Summer 2

3/6/2019 - 20/07/2019 (7 weeks)

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