About Us

Tiny Tutus Preschool Ballet was established by Simone in 2009 with 50 little ballerinas, today we have had over 50,000 children across Australia who have joined our family and taken part in our award winning early childhood dance program; and we’re growing each day! Tiny Tutus is a unique preschool ballet program that introduces little ballerinas to classical ballet and beginner elements of jazz technique, as well as encouraging imagination and creativity.

“I wanted to create a a beautiful program for children to grow and flourish through dance. Tiny Tutus really is such a gorgeous place for ballerinas 16 months to 8 years to dance, make childhood moments with their special person watching on in this gorgeous environment build memories that will last a lifetime" - Simone

Tiny Tutus is an early childhood dance program of excellence. We believe in teaching our ballerinas ‘the right way’ from the very beginning. Exposing our young dancers to the traditional French ballet terminology while cleverly disguising teaching correct technique is our fabulous, fun Tiny Tutus methodology. Tiny Tutus researched curriculum brings the right balance of structure and fun, encouraging a life-long love of dance!

Keen to experience the Tiny Tutus Difference?

Classes Are Always Open

At Tiny Tutus classes are open, which means parents are welcome to watch! Ballerinas at such tender ages love having parents in class to watch, encourage and support…and we love having parents too!!

“As a Mummy myself, I know my little ones are much more comfortable knowing I’m there cheering them on! There really is nothing more wonderful than watching your own little Tiny Tutus ballerina dance!” - Simone

Tiny Tutus is a beautiful, developmentally appropriate award winning early childhood ballet program that teaches the basic concepts of classical ballet.  Including movement, music appreciation, rhythm and poise. Tiny Tutus builds self-confidence and self-esteem in young children and actively fosters a love of dance at the most magical time in a little dancer’s life.

 

Lessons at Tiny Tutus Preschool Ballet introduce important ballet basics as well as encouraging imagination and creative movement. Our lessons include gentle introductions to ballet feet and arm positions, along with centre and cross floor exercises. Our Tiny Tutus ballerinas learn about moving in a routine and working together as a group. We also have a focus on self-expression and interpretation as our little ballerinas dance with different props (such as wands, ribbons and fairy wings) to dramatise different styles of music.

Our Teachers

Our Tiny Tutus Teachers are the heart of our success!

“A Tiny Tutus Teacher is more than a dance teacher,” says Simone, “They are talented individuals with a genuine desire to share dance with young ballerinas. Each week our teachers guide our ballerinas through a magical world of dance.”

Tiny Tutus Teachers are:

  • Extensively trained in the Tiny Tutus curriculum, relating to childhood dance education
  • Passionate, loving, vibrant ballerinas able to connect with our young dancers
  • ‘Working With Children’ approved

Our Recital

Our Tiny Tutus Recital is a lovely performance opportunity for beautiful little dancers who are just at the very beginning of their dancing ‘career’. It’s a lovely, stress-free chance to put on a beautiful costume tutu and dance on a magical stage in front of family and friends. In term 3, our ballerinas will begin to learn a dance. This dance will be a combination of steps taught in term 3 and previous terms. Learning a routine is a wonderful way for ballerinas to have a goal to strive towards.

The Daddy Daughter Dance

The Tiny Tutus Daddy Daughter Dance is such a unique and precious experience. Each year Daddies who have danced with us have loved the magic of sharing this special time with their daughters in a way they never have before.

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Daddy Daughter Dance Enrolments Open Now! Limited Places!

Look for more information on our Daddy Daughter Dance Recital Page