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Supporting the arts now more than ever

Just remember the comeback is always stronger than the setback. Every child has their own unique meaningful journey with tiny toes ballet. Miss Natalie talks about how dance has helped so many of us build character and springboard them into a rich life in and outside of professional dance. Read more about Miss Natalie’s personal experiences, insights and lessons learned.
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Free 8- week lockdown programme

Free online classes keep UK’s children learning through lockdown
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Dancing During A Pandemic: Benefits of Ballet for Special Needs Children

Have you considered ballet to help develop fine and gross motor skills, proprioception, and confidence in your child with sensory integration and processing difficulties? 
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Danceathon at Tiny toes Swansea, Neath Port Talbot & Llanelli

Danceathon fundraiser for local emergency, by the Tiny toes Swansea team.
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8 week FREE lockdown programme

“Every week we’ll provide a learning through dance class, a learning through role play and drama class, and a practical learning activity, including arts and crafts and cooking classes from cook stars,” 
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Starting my business in the middle of a global pandemic: by Miss Charlotte

As an existing teacher, I have seen first-hand the almost constant tweaks made by the other franchisees to meet the ever-changing situation and Government guidelines. Set ups that would normally be straightforward have been met with huge delays, due to increased demand
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Your child is always learning through dance.

Whether online or face-to-face, at tiny toes ballet, your child is always learning through dance. We know that the first five years of life are some of the most important in a child’s development which is why we want your little ones to keep learning away from class. 
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Miss Tracy explains why she purchased a Tiny toes ballet franchise

"After retiring from a professional dancing career and moving into the corporate world, I always felt that there was a part of me that was missing." I took a leap of faith and became the franchise owner of Tiny Toes Ballet in Cornwall in September 2019. I have made one of the best decisions of my life.
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Why I wanted to become a tiny toes ballet franchise owner

Having danced since I was four and then going on to work professionally in the theatre, it was always clear to me I would eventually own my own school to inspire a new generation
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Is your child too young for ballet?

Dance classes for babies may seem a surprising concept, but the Tiny toes ballet curriculum has so many benefits for your growing child.
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