WELL DONE AND THANK YOU TO ALL THAT TOOK PART IN OUR MITCHAM CARNIVAL 2020 - VIRTUAL PERFORMANCE!! Click here to watch our 'Together, Apart' show: News
Friday 11th September - Saturday 12th December 2020
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation we are enrolling a limited number of new pupils only at this time.
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DUE TO PERSONAL TEACHING HOURS IT IS ALWAYS QUICKER TO CONTACT MISS KATY VIA EMAIL.
KtS Dance is currently closed for the Summer Holidays.
The ONLINE SCHOOL is available to all pupils enrolled prior to the covid closures and continues to offer some activities during the holidays. We are unfortunately not accepting new pupils at this time.
Please stay safe, happy and healthy and adhere to the preventative measures in place! Keep your distance, stay home as much as you can, avoid public transport (wear masks if you must travel; masks
are not recommended for under 6's), wash your hands - keep yourselves and those more vulnerable safe! Protect our NHS and keyworkers!
We are always here for you - please contact Miss Katy if you need anything! Xx
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Re. COVID-19 (Coronavirus)
Updated: 2nd November 2020
Current status: Due to the announcement by the British Government of the introduction of a second lockdown commencing Thursday 5th November, KtS Dance are currently planning to transfer all classes to online sessions from Friday 6th and Saturday 7th November.
Pending parliamentary votes we are awaiting information from our governing body, the National Association of Teachers of Dancing (NATD), as to whether dance schools running under recognised dance associations are exempt to closure under educational grounds.
For now we are planning for the transfer to online but will inform our enrolled pupils via email of any changes.
We are keeping a close eye on the situaton and guidance and classes will commence once it is deemed safe for us to do so.
Information has been sent to enrolled pupils and full details and a Welcome Back pack will go out by the end of August with our procedures for running our sessions covid-securely.
A full risk assessment has been carried out and our Principal has successfully completed training in Covid-19 Awareness aswell as attending webinars with leading industry professionals in 'Preparing Dance School for a Safe Return'.
As always we will keep our parents updated by email and our social media pages. Parents please join the private facebook group to receive resources, videos, links, activities and additional support throughout what is going to be adifficult time for us all.
A reminder at this time that you should check all travel information before travelling out of the country and ensure any necessary tests/health checks/quarantines are followed through.
If you notice any symptoms of Covid-19, characterised at this time as - Fever or high temperature, - a new, continuous cough, - a loss of taste or smell please contact 111. Do not go to your doctor/hospital and self-isolate unless told otherwise by health professionals.
Please continue to wash your hands regularly, all over for atleast 20 seconds, and follow basic hygiene and cleaning procedures.
Protect others by wearing masks when instructed and avoid public transport where possible.
Our aim is to work together to do our best to keep everyone healthy whilst still creating as normal and happy an environment for the children as possible.
Let’s sprinkle fairy dust, not germs (or panic)!
Thank you for your cooperation with this important matter.
Please stay happy and healthy and we will be home soon!
The KtS Dance Team
For up to date information on the coronavirus situation see here:
Current UK advice from Gov.uk:
UK NHS information:
Merton Council updates:
WHO (read this for helpful advice on protective measures)
Link to a video from CBBC's Operation Ouch doctors to help children not to worry: