Melody Movement Early Learning Awards
The Melody Movement Early Learning Award Schemes are a popular way to work towards Melody Bear’s medals, badges and rosettes.
Children collect the stickers presented in class on sticker cards. The stickers show Melody Bear doing different movements encouraging children to learn a dance and movement vocabulary from an early age. The award schemes are non-competitive making learning fun and encouraging a sense of achievement. Children receiving the awards have a ‘Special Day’ in class as the medal or rosette is awarded.
See your teacher or ring the office for a copy of the latest Award Brochure.
A summary of the award schemes is shown below:
Little Bear Feet - work towards Level 1, 2 and 3 badges by collecting 6 stickers per badge.
Melody Movement - work towards Melody Bear’s bronze, silver and gold medals by collecting 12 stickers per medal. After the gold medal, dancers can work towards Melody Bear’s rosettes.
Tip Tap Toe & Groovy Moves- work towards Level 1, 2 and 3 rosette by collecting 12 stickers per rosette.
First Ballet with Melody Bear - work towards Melody Bear’s Snowdrop, Bluebell and Primrose medals by collecting 12 stickers per medal. First Modern & Tap also available.
Foundation Ballet with Melody Bear - a 12 week programme culminating in the Melody Bear Foundation Medal. The Foundation Ballet syllabus is the stepping stone between Melody Bear and Junior Ballet classes. Foundation Tap & Modern also available.
Junior Ballet Levels - work towards the Level 1, 2 and 3 sew-on badges by collecting 12 stickers per badge. These stickers are ballet vocabulary words including the french ballet terms used in the grade classes.
Junior Ballet Jewel Awards - work towards the Ruby, Emerald and Diamond medals by 12 stickers per badge. These stickers are ballet vocabulary words including the french ballet terms used in the grade classes. Music notation is also covered in this syllabus.
Ballet Classique - work towards the Amber and Jade medal collection by completing the home-study challenges. Topics include questions on the history of ballet, famous dancers and choreographers. Their are opportunities for art and design too.
Student Assistant Development Programme - for school year 8 upwards helping in Melody Bear classes.
For further information, ring our offices on 01480 469711 and ask for an Award Scheme Catalogue.
Click here for details of the School’s Records of Achievement Reports and Certificates