Introduce your child to the incredible world of dance
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Founded by Lizzy Ryan, Pretty Little Ballerinas first opened in Surry Hills at the local Neighbourhood Centre back in 2013 and has grown exponentially since with Newcastle being the seventh studio location and the first outside of Sydney City.
The Cooks Hill Studio launched in 2022 and has been nothing but a roaring success. With some classes even producing waitlists and an epic end-of-a-year concert, 2023 is no doubt going to be just as successful as the year before.
To start the year right, the local ballet studio is inviting you to sign up your little one for a unique, welcoming, and educational ballet experience.
Term 1 is due to kick off on the 4th of February, so to ensure you don’t miss out, check out the local studios offering of classes for both girls and boys aged between 2 – 10 years of age.
What exactly can you expect from signing up at Pretty Little Ballerinas? Well, what has helped establish Pretty Little Ballerinas as one of Sydney's most successful ballet schools is its hard-working and experienced team.
Principal and Founder Lizzy leads the team and has trained in classical ballet since the age of 5. Following 14 years of RAD classical ballet training and attending full-time ballet college at The Conlan College, Lizzy went on to study at The Royal Academy of Dance.
This experience gave Lizzy her career direction and saw her begin teaching ballet classes to preschool and primary school-aged children. It was love on the first try with Lizzy relishing in the joy that teaching brought to her and her gorgeous students.
Working alongside Lizzy is Newcastle-born Miss Sarah Robson; the friendly face and main teacher your little ones will be learning to dance with.
If you're interested in getting your little ones involved in the world of dancing, click here to explore the Cooks Hill-based studios’ full offering of classes and here to discover the 2023 Term 1 timetable.