vision & code of ethics

Our Vision

The DanceSA vision is to provide our students with enjoyment through creative learning in dance classes, with the aim of creating amazing performance opportunities, great memories and friends.
With low cost fees and a hassle free approach to performances, every child should have an opportunity to dance. We value enjoyment before perfection.
We are committed to helping students learn leadership values, improving confidence, communication skills & several aspects in performance, while creating a fun & safe atmosphere.
We are honoured to be entrusted with the dance instruction of your child and strive for each student to experience personal development and hope our team can shine to each student our love for dance.

Code of Ethics for Dance Teachers

Studio principals will have clearly defined aims and goals. The benefits an individual student can expect to receive through staff's conscientious implementation of these aims and gaols will be clearly stated.
  • Studio principals will make sure that the school and its staff is capable of providing any services claimed.
  • Studio principals will employ teaching staff with the experience, knowledge and/or qualifications required for the range of levels and techniques being taught. Student teachers will be trained and supervised to ensure the school’s teaching standards are maintained.
  • Studio principals will provide effective assessment procedures and will ensure that students and parents receive, or have access to, advice when necessary.
  • Studio principals will conform to sound business practice and provide an efficient fee system.
  • Studio principals and individual teachers will ensure that class sizes are suitable to the levels and techniques being taught. Students in each class will be of a similar age and/or standard.
  • Studio principals and individual teachers will ensure that facilities provided:
    • conform with minimum safety and space requirements
    • have suitable flooring, with a safe surface designed and constructed to minimise risk of injury.
  • Individual teachers will use effective and flexible teaching skills to create a productive learning environment. Individual teachers will:Individual teachers will recognise the role of dance in the development of the whole person. They will also seek to recognise and develop each student’s potential, whether it lies in dance or in related fields, and offer appropriate guidance for further progress.
    • strive to communicate a love of dance
    • show professional attitudes, including punctuality, reliability and responsible care of students
    • strive to develop self-discipline and self-motivation in the students
    • encourage and support the individual in the class situation
    • present general concepts of movement as well as those of a particular dance style.
  • Individual teachers will endeavour to recognise physical anomalies, modifying their teaching and seeking medical advice when necessary. The teaching and choreography must be anatomically safe, and teachers must be prepared to deal with medical emergencies.
  • Individual teachers will strive to develop in the students an appreciation of the characteristic style of each specific technique taught.
  • Individual teachers will take responsibility for seeking more knowledge in all aspects of their work.