Class Levels and Qualifications

En Pointe Ballet Academy is affiliated with the Ballet Conservatoire, which consists of the following levels:


  • Pre-Primary (5-6 years) – the enjoyment of dance, whilst beginning to learn the discipline of classical ballet training and musicality. – the enjoyment of dance, whilst beginning to learn the discipline of classical ballet training and musicality.
  • Primary (6-7 years) – more formal commencement of classical ballet training, but still including free expression work.
  • Preparatory Level 1, Level 1, Level 2, Level 3 and Level 4 (7-14 years) – Careful development of the classical ballet technique, vocabulary of steps and expressivity.
  • Level 5 and Senior Level (13-16 years) – Intermediate and advanced levels of classical ballet technique training.


Class Policy

Class Etiquette

In order to maintain the highest standards for our school, we need your help to create a positive and professional atmosphere.


  • Always be respectful and courteous to your classmates or fellow parents. We promote a supportive environment that is conducive to learning.
  • Consistent attendance is imperative. Missing classes disrupts and slows down the student’s progression through the curriculum.
  • Tardiness should be avoided as it disturbs the class. Students who are more than fifteen minutes late without prior notice will not be allowed to participate in class.
  • Food and drinks are not allowed in the dance area. Although eating is permitted in the waiting area, please observe cleanliness.
  • Always be aware of your belongings. Label all items to avoid misplacing them, and leave valuables at home.
  • Running, shouting, or any sort of horseplay is prohibited.
  • Students are instructed to sit quietly in the waiting area while waiting for their respective classes to begin.

Guidelines for Parents and Guardians

In order to maintain the highest standards for our school, we need your help to create a positive and professional atmosphere.

  • Please do not enter the dance area at any time. The studio is a classroom and distracting the students and teacher should be avoided.
  • • Each year, we organise a Parents’ Viewing week wherein you will be allowed to observe the class and discuss your child’s progress with the teacher.
  • Please remind your children to stay in the waiting area while waiting to be picked up. If you are delayed, kindly call the front desk who will relay the message to your child.
  • Kindly observe proper etiquette and voice modulation in the waiting area so as not to distract the ongoing classes.
  • All announcements shall be made on each class’s WhatsApp group. Please make sure to read through the messages regularly and keep yourself updated.

Student Dress Code & Requirements

  • Pink or beige footed tights (plain, no designs)
  • One-piece plain ballet leotard
  • ACB exam skirt (to be purchased from the studio)
  • Pink or beige ballet shoes. Elastics should be properly sewn and drawstrings tucked inside the shoe.
  • Hair must be secured into a neat bun with black hairnet and black hair pins/clips. Ponytails are not allowed.
  • No shirts, dresses, and leggings will be allowed in class. Exceptions are only upon consideration and with prior notice given to the teacher.
  • No underwear should be seen underneath the leotards. If a bra is necessary, it must be fleshtoned (no visible sports bras allowed)
  • No dangling earrings, bracelets, or necklaces allowed, only small stud earrings.
  • We will be sending orders for leotards and ballet shoes to our supplier in Delhi every end of the month. Please place your orders at the reception beforehand.
  • Students who are wearing incomplete uniform may not be allowed to join the class.
  • Make sure the students have a small notebook, pen/pencil, and water bottle ready.

Class Make-up Policy

  • If your child misses their regularly scheduled class, they may be allowed to join another batch of the same level to make up, only upon approval of the teacher.
  • For prolonged absences, please inform the teacher at the earliest.
  • Monthly fees are not to be adjusted in case of prolonged absences

School Year Calendar & Holidays


  • 2nd October, Saturday – Gandhi Jayanti
  • 15th October, Friday – Dusshera
  • 1st to 13th November, Monday to Saturday – Diwali Break
  • 24th December to 1st January, Friday to Saturday – Christmas Break
  • 14th to 15th January, Friday to Saturday – Uttarayan
  • 26th January, Wednesday – Republic Day
  • 18th March, Friday – Dhuleti

School Activities

  • 6th to 11th December, Monday to Saturday – Parents Viewing
  • *13th to 18th December, Monday to Saturday – Mock Examinations
  • *4th to 8th April, Monday to Friday – Final Exam Run Through
  • *9th to 10th April, Saturday to Sunday – BC Examinations
  • 10th April, Sunday – End of school year

   *tentative dates- to be confirmed

Registration procedure and policies

New term begins mid-June and finishes in April, with only one intake for the entire school year. Class schedule for the upcoming term will be released by February, and registrations will begin by March. Slots are on a first-come first-served basis, with a maximum of 12 slots per class.

To register, click this link and provide the information required. Once we’ve received and reviewed your information, we will get in touch with you regarding available slots as well as fee structure.

If you wish to proceed with registration, a non-refundable registration fee will have to be paid in order to secure the slot. The registration fee will be separate from the regular class fees.

Frequently Asked Questions

We accept students from the age of 5 years old, as this is the minimum age required in the syllabus that the school follows.

We stop admissions once a batch has reached maximum capacity. If slots are still remaining, we may accept students until July. After July, we close registrations even if slots are remaining as the child has already missed a month of classes by then.

Class fees are due a week after the starting date, so the first week of classes can serve as a trial for the student.

Since classical ballet requires consistent and dedicated practice, we do not allow students to attend only once a week. The more time your child spends in class, the faster they will progress.

Classical ballet takes years to master, and is dependent on the student’s frequency of training and natural ability. It requires discipline, dedication, and hard work for a student to be able to achieve the correct body language, posture, and technical ability which is demanded from a ballet dancer.


The Ballet Conservatoire consists of 12 levels, with each level showing specific checkpoints in a dancer’s artistic and technical growth.

Fees vary depending on the student’s age and level. You may get in touch with us by clicking this link: Contact Us