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BAIA breaks records with Dance Exam Results
April 22, 2018, 12:15 pm

The British Academy of International Arts (BAIA) has received the highest distinction pass rate from a weekend of dance examinations under the National Association of Teachers of Dance (NATD).

These dance exams included graded Contemporary examinations in Grades 4 to 6 and Trophy Dance Awards in Ballet, Tap, Modern, and Jazz. A group of 65 students entered under dance teachers, Ms Claire Findlay and Ms Alley Hunter, after completing 3 terms of learning the exam work.

These examinations are recognised as part of the national qualification framework in England, which allows the students to obtain UCAS points to put toward entry for universities in Europe. The overall result concluded with 81 entries achieving 74 distinctions and 7 merits which was a magnificent result beating last year’s inaugural result of 90 % distinction pass rate.

This is the highest success score BAIA has ever been awarded. The examiner, Ms Yvonne Creber from the UK, was high in her praise for the consistent standard and thorough preparation of the students. BAIA holds classes in Classical Ballet, Tap, Modern, Jazz, and Contemporary starting from ages 3 years old.

For further information on what BAIA has to offer in dance, music, drama and art please contact us on the details: Facebook: thebaia and Instagram: baiainQ8. Next week over 100 BAIA students will take part in a week long series of ballet exams with visiting British Ballet Organisation ( BB0) examiner Ms Pamela Darlington.

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