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Mission Northern Ballet's Associate training programme was established in 1998 and today attracts students from as far afield as Glasgow, Birmingham and Liverpool. Students in the Associate Division are aged between 10 and 16 years old and currently contemplating a career in dance. The students attend regular weekly enhancement classes at the Academy, in addition to their regular training elsewhere, to help prepare them for future full-time vocational training.
Centre for Advanced Training (CAT) Mission The Professional Division is for students aged between 10 and 17 years old and provides intensive, non residential training to students who show exceptional potential in classical ballet. 100% of our students who have wished to continue their training post 17-years-old have gained entry into the top vocational dance schools both in the UK and abroad.
Our Academy's mini-movers left a message for everyone before they broke up for Christmas...
The Academy of Northern Ballet is striving to ensure that talented students can access training, regardless of family or financial background. If you have a query or concern regarding fees please contact the Academy team to discuss. The full cost of the course is £3,649 per year (based on costs for September 2015) and means tested financial support is available to successful applicants supported by The Department for Education . Please note that from Level 4 and above there is £75 top-up fee bringing the course cost to £3,724.
Joseph Poulton was in the very first cohort of students that we took onto our Centre for Advanced Training Programme (CAT) back in 2004.
One of Northern Ballet Academy's more popular open classes is the Over 55s class. Here the participants extol the fun and virtues of the class.
Joseph Poulton and Dale Rhodes were 2 of the original students we took onto our Professional training programme (CAT) in its pilot year in 2004. They both graduated from the Academy 2008. This week they have been back in to visit us all and I managed to have a quick chat with them about their training and their time at Northern Ballet Academy.
Aimée Stead and Emily Willis have just joined the Northern Ballet Academy. They wanted to share their experiences of Summer School with us...
For the past year I have looked forward to Thursday mornings. On a day to day basis Northern Ballet is a pretty special place to be and I do enjoy coming into work each day but Thursday mornings are extra special - it’s Mini’s Morning - and as I come through the doors I'm greeted by our youngest generation of Academy students.
When I was first approached about giving Miss England a masterclass to help her back into dancing shape for the Miss World contest I was a little concerned! What if she couldn't dance at all? Had two left feet?

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