A Successful Year for Janis Anderson School of Dancing

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This year at Janis Anderson School of Dancing we have produced a charity show including all 350+ students giving both children and Adults the chance to perform live to a 270 audience at Frodsham Community Centre. It was a magical weekend and we raised over £3500 for NSPCC and Claire House Hospice.

We have just rounded off our year with amazing achievements of 132 students have passed their ISTD Imperial Ballet and Modern Dance examinations.The group picture is some of the students who achieved Distinctions in their exams. 100% of the students entered passed with these flying colours, 41 Distinctions, 74 Merits, and 17 Pass. An extra congratulations to the pictured, Mia Abbott, from Frodsham as she had achieved both the highest score in Ballet and Modern Dance.

The dance school is a family business and has been running in Ashton Hayes, Tarvin, Kelsall and Frodsham for 46 years and continues to spread the love for dance and support local events and charities yearly. We teach Ballet, Tap and Modern dance, street dance and fitness to students aged 3 years- Adults

For more information please contact Jennie on 07734853336 or visit our website www.jannisanderson.co.uk

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