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About The Whitton-Morris School Of Dance

In 1950 Miss. Whitton moved to North Wales and the Margaret-Whitton School of Dance was established. She worked hard to bring dance to the fore, as in those days it was rated a poor second to music in Wales...

Dance Lessons For All Abilities

...She quickly gained a high reputation and dance classes became in demand; she became well known and respected throughout North Wales.

Miss. Whitton was a fellow senior examiner for the British Ballet Organisation until her retirement in 1993.

In 1972, Norma Morris joined the school as a partner and the school became The Whitton-Morris School of Dance. Since it's inception the school has always been a happy one, giving students equal opportunities and working to develop talent and foster the enjoyment of dance.

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To discuss attending our school, call us on
01352 713 377

Private Dance Tuition Is Available By Arrangement

In addition to classes every child is encouraged to take part in our shows which are of a professional level and are given equal opportunities and to broaden the curriculum students are advised to attend work shops. Norma Morris does recommend that children consider ballet above other dance subjects as a classical foundation gives a strong base to all dance disciplines.

Since it's inception over 64 years ago the school has maintained excellent examination results and is exceptionally proud of the number of professional dancers and teachers it has produced now working throughout the world.

The B.B.O. Scholarship and the Northern Associate Schemes are available by audition for especially gifted students, this includes monthly classes given by eminent teachers and also residential courses. Since the schemes commenced the school has gained at least two scholarship places per year.

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