Call Now: 0409 301 517

examinations dayAt Dynamic Moves Dance Studio we encourage students to take part in annual dance examinations.

Taking part in examinations enables students to formally identify whether their dance technique and ability are improving each year and enables them to progress through the dance syllabus formally.

Student who then wish to teach dance can then easily take part in teacher’s examinations, once they have completed all levels of class examinations.

EXAMINATIONS and PARTICIPATION ASSESSMENTS are available in each genre with the Australian Teachers of Dancing and the Royal Academy of Dancing.

There is a comprehensive and modern reporting system. The students receive certificates, reports and medals on successful completion of examinations.

The Grade System consists of:

  • Dance Assessment 1 & 2;
  • Tests 1, 2, & 3 (Grade 1, 2, 3)
  • Bronze Medal (Grade 4)
  • Bronze Star (Grade 5)
  • Silver Medal (Grade 6)
  • Silver Star (Grade 7)
  • Gold Medal (Grade 8)
  • Gold Star (Pre-Elementry)
  • Gold Bar (Elementry)
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced
  • Avril Binzer Performance Award

logoRoyal Academy of Dancing

The Royal Academy of Dance (RAD) is one of the largest and most influential dance education and training organisations in the world. The RAD is the world’s leading organisation in classical ballet education.

Established in 1920, to improve standards and re-invigorate dance training initially within the UK, the Academy helps and encourages its teachers to perfect their teaching skills and pass on this knowledge to their students.

They set global standards for exams in classical ballet, teacher training and Continuing Professional Development for dance. The RAD's patron is Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

ATOD_logo

Australian Teachers of Dancing

ATOD are Leaders in the field of dance education. With the highest integrity they deliver quality, innovative training systems and services. ATOD aim to inspire and provide opportunities for their dance community to achieve their full artistic potential.

They remain a leader in the dance industry through developing a culture based on continuous improvement in syllabi content and implementation, teaching practice and ongoing professional development.  They continue to increase the profile of ATOD within the industry as an organisation that delivers quality syllabi with a high technical standard, ensuring accountability of professional ethics and standards, reputation and technical excellence.