diddi dance

diddi dance

At diddi dance we realise and encourage endless enthusiasm and energy in an action packed, full of fun 45 minute dance class.

Classes are suitable for both boys and girls aged from 18 months upwards,  however we have had lots of younger children join in.  So to see if your toddlers will enjoy it contact your local diddi dance to book a FREE trial.

Parents and carers are encouraged to join in and share the enjoyment with their diddi dancer. Week after week you will soon see their confidence blossom. We do realise that some toddlers are more confident than others and this is why we offer a free trial, so you can be confident it's a class they'll enjoy. Bookings are then taken in half term blocks instead of having to book for a whole term.

Classes take place Mondays to Fridays during school/nursery hours and occasionally on the weekend. An up to date DBS will be required as well as being registered as self-employed and in some areas transportation is a must, but speak to your local diddi dance about this first just to make sure.

Our current classes are as follows:

Monday 10am Olive Tree Penketh

Tuesday 10am Whittle Hall Warrington

Tuesdays 9.45 Lymm

Wednesday 10am Chapelford

Thursday 9.30 Appleton Parish Hall

Friday 9.45 Grappenhall Community Centre

Saturday 9.45 Penketh high school

Do you love to dance? Do you love teaching? Do you love working with children? Are you looking for a flexible, part-time job? If you said yes to any or all of the above then we have the perfect job for you! Come teach for diddi dance!!!

Our diddi dance franchisees are always looking for reliable, motivated, enthusiastic and fun individuals to help deliver our preschool dance classes, sessions and parties in their local areas. So if you think you fit the criteria they want to hear from you.

Full training will be given in the 'diddi dance style' so if you haven't taught before do not worry. We will train you on how to work with this age range in our specific diddi dance way and while dance technique isn't a necessity (since we are focused at this stage on just encouraging the enjoyment of dance) we do ask that a love of dancing is present.