DENISE WINMILL SCHOOL OF DANCE

PRINCIPAL
MISS D WINMILL
RBS TTC.DIP ARAd AISTD (NB)
RAD REGISTERED TEACHER status
WELCOME!

Denise Winmill School of Dance was founded in 1982 and provides expert tuition for children and senior students, from 3yrs to 18 yrs, training in classical ballet, jazz and tap dance.

Classes take place in a safe, happy and structured environment. The highly qualified teachers encourage students to gain grace and strength, as well as developing their confidence, self-discipline, musicality and a joy of dance.

Classes are held at Long Ditton Village Hall, near Surbiton, in light and airy studios with sprung floors and barres.

Please look through our website to find out more or contact us to receive further information.

Even if your child never becomes a professional dancer, our dance classes provide the fundamentals for good posture for life.

autumn term 2021

Our Autumn term is now underway with face to face tuition.

We are delighted to host a Ballet Open Day for children Aged 3 – 4.

Nursery class open day

If you are interested in joining any classes, please contact Miss Winmill to make a date and time to come along and observe our classes on 0208 549 6032 and discuss availability.

Our Adult Ballet classes continue to thrive, it is a wonderful way to forget the hectic daily timetable, and to keep fit and strong in the most graceful way. Click here for more details.

NEWS
Lockdown learning

We very much enjoyed the work of our students during Lockdown. Although we missed our face to face classes, this did give us the opportunity to cover some broader subjects with the course work that supplemented our online classes.

Congratulations to our Senior Students

Although we experienced a total lockdown during the summer term, our senior students returned fighting fit and determined to enter for their Higher Grade 6 and 7 ballet examinations at the Royal Academy of Dance Headquarters, in Battersea. We managed to enter on the last Friday before Lockdown 2 and the results were marvelous with successes across the board. “Well done girls”