Jill Bridger School of Dance
Established 1988 
Jill Bridger  RAD Teach. Dip., AISTD, MNATD
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ABOUT US

Jill Bridger founded her dance school in 1988 and since that time it has grown steadily offering a wide variety of dance activities.  Jill is registered with the Royal Academy of Dance (RAD), the Imperial Society (ISTD) and the National Association of Teachers of Dance (NATD).  

Tuition in classical ballet, modern theatre dance, tap and natural movement.  The Melody Movement Early Learning dance classes are specially aimed at pre-school children from aged 18 months.  Jill Bridger’s story book character, Melody Bear is the focal point of the early years classes and Jill’s successful syllabus is now taught by teachers across the UK and overseas.

The aims of the school are to encourage all children to achieve their personal best and to find an outlet for self expression.  Pupils of the school can work towards examinations  up to Grade 8 ballet and Intermediate standards.  The school has been very successful at competitive dance festivals and all children have a performance role in the school’s annual shows with separate shows for each department.

The school runs classes in Cambridge, St Ives, Cambourne and Hardwick.

The school’s offices are based at the Melody Bear HQ in St Ives.  Click here for details.
Email:  jill@danceschool.biz
Contact Tel:  01480 469711
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