Uniform

When attending dance class it is important to wear the correct attire and shoes to ensure that you get the most out of your class. It is expected that all students comply with the uniform requirements as it promotes team unity and equality, allows free movement without restrictions and reduces the risk of injury. Term 1 will be seen as a grace period to give families the time to find and purchase their shoes and attire. Uniform will be enforced as of Week 1, Term 2. MSF encourage you to check out Energetiks Factory Outlet, Target, Kmart, Best and Less and Ebay for less expensive options.

MINI AND JUNIOR; BALLET AND CONTEMPORARY: Mini and Junior students attending Ballet and Contemporary classes are asked to wear a black ballet leotard with pink ballet tights. Ballet shoes are required and hair should be pulled back off the face to limit distractions. Ballet skirts and crossovers are optional. Jiffys are not permitted.

INTER AND SENIOR; BALLET, CONTEMPORARY AND JAZZ: Inter and Senior students participating in technical styles are required to wear firm fitting black leggings and a black leotard or firm fitting black singlet. No baggy clothing will be permitted in these classes. Students will also require the appropriate shoes for class i.e pink leather or canvas ballet shoes, black leather jazz shoes and bare feet for contemporary. Hair should be pulled back into a ponytail.

HIP HOP: Free, loose clothing and supportive sneakers/runners. No shorts, skirts or denim please. Students will be required to have their own plain black, hi top, sneaker boots for performances.

Main St Funk also have their very own funky t-shirt that is compulsory for all students as they are worn for the mid-year performance, the end of year concert and any performance opportunities throughout the year. It is an affordable $30, is great quality and is perfect for hip hop class. Orders can be made in Term 1 and Term 2. MSF Hoodies are also available (not compulsory) and are a great way to keep warm to and from dance class in the winter terms.

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