In-school workshops – Safe, educative and inclusive dance experiences for students in kindergartens and schools. These free workshops link to the Early Years Learning Framework, Australian Curriculum and Senior Dance Syllabus, complementing the teaching and learning currently taking place in Queensland classrooms. (No cost to participants)
Tiny Dancers – Designed to stimulate the imagination, musicality and natural movement in children aged 2 – 5 years. All participants will have a joyous experience with an important carer in their life. (No cost to participants)
Community ballet classes – For ballet students 6 – 12 years of age, these community classes give participants a taste of all the fun Queensland Ballet has to offer. This is an inclusive experience focusing on exploring ballet technique. (No cost to participants)
New for 2019 - Ballet for Seniors - This gentle class is especially tailored for Seniors, with a focus on improving poise, core strength, memory and mobility. (No cost to participants)
Professional development opportunities are also offered on regional tour to advanced dance students and teachers:
Masterclasses – Designed for ballet students aged 13-17 years, these classes are led by QB Company Artists and Artistic Staff to provide insight into the professional industry. In an up-close-and-personal setting, participants will learn and practice the knowledge and skills required to excel in this beautiful art form.
Teacher Professional Development – Professional Development workshops will be offered to regional teachers in 2019. Aimed at primary school generalist teachers, this workshop offer tools to further inspire and engage your students in dance, with outcomes linked to the Australian Curriculum.
Bookings for school groups open October 2018. Bookings for community classes open January 2019.