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Welcome to Centre Pointe School of Dancing - Leading dance school for children in Gloucester & Bishops Cleeve.

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Classes for children from the age of 6 months up to 18 years of age in Gloucester & Bishops Cleeve, including Hucclecote, Longlevens, Abbeydale, Gotherington & Woodmancote.

At Centre Pointe we provide a wide range of dance experiences which will help your child to see that there
is more than one way to dance and that no one way is necessarily better than the other. Our amazing staff
will enable your child to see that dance is something that anyone can do and with our passion for dance
and complete enjoyment of teaching children will help your son or daughter to understand how technique
and skill is an integral part of the artistry of dance.

Our Classes

6 months – 3 years of age
3 – 7 years of age
7 – 10 years of age
11 – 18 years of Age
what people say


Fabulous school and good fun and discipline for your child(ren)! Claire and the others teachers and coaches are exceptional!

Sara Hendry

Fantastic dance school. Brilliant staff who go out of their way to help & develop the children

Rebecca Baker

My children look forward to their weekly dance classes at Centre Pointe and they love their teachers to bits.

Maria Claire Jones

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Dance is an art form.

It can be studied and learned and at a certain level requires technique and skill. Yet, to dance is also instinctively human. Dance expresses feelings, tells stories, demonstrates strength and power, connects people, creates ritual and celebration and, like art and music, it communicates individual and collective experience in a way that words sometimes can’t. It is

 intrinsically linked to our early physical development, as young children experiment with movement responses to the stimulus of the world around them.

Dance can be entertainment

and young children love to ‘put on a show’ for us yet we must never underestimate the power of the small dances that happen when no one is looking! We have all done them in our moments of frustration, joy or excitement, and children do it all the time. 

For some children, being seen, even from a distance, may be enough recognition, and for others they will want more space, music and props and maybe an audience.