Important update - Restrictions in Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales and England may mean that classes in your local area are not running in-person at the moment. So that you and your child can continue to enjoy the many benefits of children's classes there may be online classes available and this information will be on the local class pages found in our search. It's best to check with the class teacher too.
We hope to be 'back in class' across the whole country once again very soon. Thank you for your support of What's On 4 Kids and all the amazing children's classes and activities across the UK
diddi dance are excited to return to face to face classes near you and have implemented all the necessary changes to run COVID-19 secure sessions.
Our franchisees and instructors have completed additional courses which are COVID specific, so that when we reopen your local class, we are doing so keeping everyone as safe as possible.
Our props will be fully sanitised between each class, so you don't need to worry and you are welcome to bring your own props from home if that is preferred or we have them ready to purchase on the website, that you can keep as your own kit in a great diddi dance branded bag.
All trials need to be pre-booked and paid for in advance to adhere to current guidelines unfortunately we cannot offer drop in sessions at this time.
If you are not comfortable coming back to class yet, our
online provision will continue to run and if you book into a block of
classes you will have free access to the online service as well.
Our sessions will be socially distanced with three metre spacing to ensure you all have your own safe space. We have made a few small tweaks to our lesson plan to maintain social distancing but the rest is going to be just like what you're used to and we can't wait to get back to diddi dancing with you.
Please check with your local diddi for their new timetable and availability on our website diddidance.com
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