The Ann Roberts School Of Dance

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The school, founded in 1957 by Miss Ann Roberts AO, is now in the hands of daughter, Jane and her husband André Reynaud.

The school evolves to reflect the changing world by offering the highest quality training in the most caring and fun filled environment for both the lover of dance and the aspiring professional.

The school is proud to say that many of its past students have pursued a career in the world of dance. To name a few, are Natalie Weir – Expressions Director and choreographer, Kurt Phelan – professional dancer, choreographer and actor, Tim Coleman – Singapore Ballet; Emmanuel Reynaud - Footnote Dance Company; and many of our former students are now professional teachers and examiners of dance.

  • West End Branch

    853 Flinders St, West End, Townsville

Courses offered by The Ann Roberts School Of Dance



We provide heels or you may bring your own to class as Miss Lauren will take you through different styles of dancing in heels.

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Song & Dance

Creating the Musical Theatre and Pop Stars of tomorrow! Students learn the basics of sound singing technique such as pitch, projection and breath control, whilst working in a variety of choreographic styles to develop the complete performance package.

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Acro classes combines classical dance technique with precision acrobatic elements. It is defined by its athletic character, its unique choreography, which seamlessly blends dance and acrobatics, and its use of acrobatics in a dance context.

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Stretch and Strengthening

Students enrolled in any style may also participate in Stretch and Strengthening, a class completely dedicated to lengthening, stretching, strengthening and improving technique, using Pilates, Yoga and specifically designed exercises.

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Highland dancing is a strong yet graceful national dance form that is performed to traditional and modern Scottish music. The School teaches the NDAA (National Dancing Association of Australia) syllabus for Scottish, Lesser Known and Jig/Hornpipe examinations.

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