Tap dance is a form of dance that involves dancers wearing special shoes equipped with metal taps. Tap dancers use their feet like drums to create rhythmic patterns and timely beats. A typical tap class starts with a warm-up to stretch the muscles of the legs and feet. Dancers practice a series of basic steps, adding more difficult combinations as they become more proficient. Tap dancing is a vigorous form of dance, requiring a great deal of physical fitness. It builds aerobic fitness as well as muscle control.
Spotlight & JC offer ISTD Tap classes from Primary to Advanced levels
From G6 examination upwards the students receive valuable UCAS points which can be added to university applications. Our Tap classes start from age 3 through to Advanced.