Street Dance

Street dancing describes a range of funk and hip-hop dance styles that have grown from the USA since the 1970s.

Develop Your Technique

Improvisation lies at the core of street dancing, with participants allowing rhythmic music to shape the movement of their bodies.

Saturday Superstars

Create pieces from famous musicals such as Annie, Matilda, The Lion King, The Sound of Music and Wicked

Drama, Musical Theatre and the Performing Arts

Students can also work towards accredited qualifications that lead up to Level 3 on the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF) acquiring UCAS tariff points as part of Trinity Laban Arts Award.


Compete in competitions such as the British Cheerleading Association (BCA) and ICE Competitions and join the Edge Elite Squad

The Edge Elite Squad

Would you like to audition? We are looking out for the candidate’s potential, focus, attitude and team work. No previous experience required.


Learn to seamlessly blend musicality, emotional expression, line and extension with acrobatic movements in a choreographic context.

Establish your Skills

Focusing on flexibility, strength, balancing, limbering and tumbling.

Jazz and Lyrical Dance

Lyrical dancing is performed to music with lyrics to inspire movements to express strong emotions felt from the lyrics in the chosen song.


Students work on their individual technique and choreography.

Advanced Dance Company

Devised for our advanced students that wish to take their dance training to the next level to build on performance experience and technique.

Train Hard

Students train in contemporary, jazz, ballet, street dance, hip-hop and modern dance

Class Content

Academy classes run on a term basis of three months per term. In the run up to a performance, competition or event coming up, our students will be required to attend extra rehearsals and added classes maybe added throughout the week.

Our vibrant and energetic Academy give students the chance to achieve incredible technique and performance skills in a exciting variety of current forms. What is unique about us is that we provide the opportunity for On The Edge students to take part in other disciplines in exciting and exclusive workshops only available to the Academy. We provide specialist workshops in other fields of the arts that are not easily accessible such as in costume design, music making, stage and film making.

Classes are dived into different age groups, however ability level is also taken into account. Our three age groups are: 4-7 years, 7-11 years and 11+ years and this has been set to correlate the Academy’s curriculum.

Further Class Information

See tabs for some more information regarding class content. If you do have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact us.