For class please do not come in street clothes (except for hip hop).

Leotards, unitards, leggings are all acceptable. No baggy tops or shorts, please.


Before exams please make sure that your ballet shoes are clean and all elastics and ribbons are securely sewn on.

Character skirts need to have hooks and eyes and not just velcro as sometimes the velcro doesn’t hold.

Always keep a spare pair of tights, as there is always the possibility of a ladder.

Character skirts to have rows of ribbon at the bottom to complement the colour of the leotard worn. We normally go for a minimum of three rows of blue ribbon in different shades with the darkest one at the bottom.

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Pre Primary and Primary

Turquoise leotards with short sleeves, Turquoise chiffon cross over skirt, Pink Short Ballet Socks, and Pink Ballet Shoes.

Grade I and II:

Light blue or navy sleeveless leotard, Pink ballet stockings, Pink ballet shoes, Character Skirt, and Character Shoes for Grade 1’s and 2’s (Low Heel).

Grade III – V:

Navy blue sleeveless leotard, Pink ballet stockings, Pink ballet shoes, Character Skirt, and Character Shoes (high/Cuban heel).

Grade VI – VIII:

Optional colours and styles may be worn and a matching long chiffon circular skirt.  At the bar, a short chiffon skirt may be worn. Character Skirts and Character Shoes (high/Cuban heel).

Vocational Grades:

Navy or Black shoestring leotard, pink stockings, soft ballet shoes, and pointe shoes.  For Intermediate and higher Delcos will be required.


Pink or Grecian Honey ballet shoes, socks or bare feet, Unitard in any colour except for Navy or Black.  For class, a leotard and hot pants may also be worn in hot weather.

Socks or ballet shoes or footsies are compulsory for the first portion of the exams.

Hip Hop:  

dance dynamicsExams to be discussed but for class anything comfortable, but good trainers required to support the feet. Please do not dance barefooted.

No baggy clothing allowed in any of the disciplines (except hip hop), as it hides faults and corrections are thus not possible.


Leotard or Unitard. No baggy clothing.

Bare feet or in socks.

Exam uniform to be discussed closer to the time.

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  1. Hello. I’m looking for a ballet school for beginner adults. Besides ballet till I was 6, I haven’t danced and would like to do a class for fitness reasons. I’m not worried about exams/shows. Let me know if you can help along with prices please. Thank you!

    1. Hi Jade,

      You are welcome to come and try the adult beginner class on a Tuesday at 18H45 at 7 Kirsten Street, Weybridge Park, Port Elizabeth.

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