Rap/Break

About

Rap and break dancing were extremely popular in the 1980's and in recent years have made a big comeback, especially with male dancers. The term 'breaking' generally covers the moves done on the floor such as the six step, worm, windmill etc. Rap is more the overall term incorporating the floor moves as well a the moves performed up right (in modern day it also comes under the hip hop banner) such as ticking, popping, locking, waving, robot, top rock etc. 

Junior Classes: 8 - 12 year olds
Senior Classes: 13 year and over

Attire

Private Exam Attire

Female
Clothing: Black Reflexions T-shirt, black pants (not too baggy), black socks, dark coloured sneakers (non-marking)
Hair: Neat/slick ponytail or bun (all hair back), black headband
Make-up: Wearing make-up for private exams is optional, however, it does help your overall grooming (which is part of your mark). Eyeliner, mascara, lip stick/gloss and some eye shadow is sufficient, obviously doesn't need to be as heavy/dark as "Graduation make-up"

 

Male
Clothing: Black Reflexions T-shirt, black pants (not too baggy), black socks, dark coloured sneakers (non-marking)
Hair: Funky/spikey/cool

Class Attire

Please use the private exam attire displayed above as a guide as to what to wear to class, but it is fine to wear different coloured clothing to class (not just black). All footwear is the same as for private exam attire.