Jill Bridger School of Dance
Established 1988 
Jill Bridger  RAD Teach. Dip., AISTD, MNATD
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CLASSES FOR AGES 18 MONTHS TO 18 YEARS
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Ring our offices 01480 469711 to enrol
The Jill Bridger School of Dance was established in 1988 and runs classes in RAD ballet, ISTD modern and tap in Cambridge and villages nearby.  The school has approximately 650 pupils from aged 18 months to 18 years.  Our classes are tailored to discovering and fulfilling  the potential of each child and to nurturing their creative development.

Daytime ‘Melody Movement’ pre-school classes are held at the Melody Bear HQ St Ives, the Hub, Cambourne, Abbey Meadows Primary School, Cambridge and the Histon and Impington Recreation Centre.   After school lessons at Melody Bear HQ,
St Ives, Hardwick and Cambourne.  Saturday classes at Abbey Meadows Primary School in Cambridge & Melody Bear HQ.  
                                    
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Melody Movement

Toddler dance with Melody Bear 
Autumn Term starts on Monday 4 September 2017
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Dance School of the Year 2017 Preschool ballet dancers with Melody Bear Junior Ballet students Jill Bridger's senior students Melody Bear Workshops Timetable

Principal:Jill Bridger

RAD Teach Dip, AISTD

Creator of the Melody Movement® and Melody Bear® dance concept taught throughout the UK, and in Europe, USA, Australia, Japan, New Zealand and Canada

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