2021-2022 School Year

Name
Days
Location
Beginner/Advanced Beginner-Weds
Beginner Class Level –
This level is for children with little or no experience with Irish dancing. Even if they have taken other forms of dance, children still need to start out in the Beginner level. If your child is age 7 or older and took our Intro to Irish Dancing Camp, they can sign up for Beginner 2 level. If your child took Intro to Irish Dancing Camp and is 6 or younger, they should go into a regular Beginner class.
Advanced Beginner Class Level –
This level is for children who have completed one year in our beginner class level. In order to enter the AB level children should be fluent in the first 3 Light Jig steps, their Irish Skips, their 7’s, Over-the-Logs, and at least the 1st step in the Reel. Some children will know more than this going into the AB level so this is a minimum guideline. IF your child is unable to attend our Summer Camp, it is extremely helpful to get some one-on-one help from one of our senior dancers over the summer before returning in September to ensure they are up to speed and remember what they learned in the prior year! For more information about setting up a one-on-one session please email Kathleen@penderkeady.com
Wednesday
3:45 PM to 4:30 PM
Rye Rec Center
Novice/Prizewinner/Preprelim-Weds
Novice - This class is for children who have completed 1 year in our Advanced Beginner Level. At this point it is important to try to attend Summer Camp and if you are unable to attend camp it is advised that a few brush up lessons be taken before September with one of our senior students to make sure they are ready for class (see #3 for more information). At a minimum, dancers entering the Novice class level should be fluent in 4 Light Jig steps, 2 Reel steps, 2 Slip Jig steps, and at least the 1st hard shoe Jig step and preferable the 2nd step as well. This is in addition to their skips, seven’s and over-the-logs.
Prizewinner 1 –This class is for children who have successfully completed our Novice class level. Dancers who do not attend summer camp will most likely struggle in the PW 1 level if they do not get some “extra help” over the summer (see # 3). It is not abnormal for some kids to find the need to repeat the Novice level again before advancing to PW 1. Dancers moving into PW 1 are required to be fluent in: 4 light jigs, 4 reel steps, 2 slip jig steps, 2 treble jig steps danced to the fast music, 2 hornpipe steps danced to the fast music, and the traditional set St. Patrick's Day. Children will have learned a lot in their Novice year so it is important that they are up to speed when entering PW1 level in September!
Pre-Prelim –This class is for children who have completed the Prizewinner 2 class level and have not yet moved into the preliminary level when competing in feisanna. The preprelim level is both a prep class for children who are aspiring to move into the preliminary level in competition, in addition to being the class level for children who have completed PW 2 and who don’t compete. For non-competitive dancers, they will remain in the Pre-Prelim class level going forward in future years as the Prelim level is strictly for competitive dancers.
Wednesday
4:30 PM to 5:30 PM
Rye Rec Center
Advanced Beginner- Mon
Advanced Beginner Class Level –
This level is for children who have completed one year in our beginner class level. In order to enter the AB level children should be fluent in the first 3 Light Jig steps, their Irish Skips, their 7’s, Over-the-Logs, and at least the 1st step in the Reel. Some children will know more than this going into the AB level so this is a minimum guideline. IF your child is unable to attend our Summer Camp, it is extremely helpful to get some one-on-one help from one of our senior dancers over the summer before returning in September to ensure they are up to speed and remember what they learned in the prior year! For more information about setting up a one-on-one session please email Kathleen@penderkeady.com
M 4:15 PM-5:15 PM
Stamford Studio
Beginner/Beginner 2-Mon
Beginner Class Level –
This level is for children with little or no experience with Irish dancing. Even if they have taken other forms of dance, children still need to start out in the Beginner level. If your child is age 7 or older and took our Intro to Irish Dancing Camp, they can sign up for Beginner 2 level. If your child took Intro to Irish Dancing Camp and is 6 or younger, they should go into a regular Beginner class.
Beginner 2 Class Level –
This level is for children with some experience who are not ready for Advanced Beginner level yet. This would include older children (age 7+) who took Intro to Irish Dancing Camp and also any children who took a beginner class that started in January rather than September and did not attend our regular summer camp program.
Monday
4:15 PM to 5:00 PM
Stamford Studio
Prizewinner/PrePrelim Mon
Prizewinner 2 –This class is for children who have completed the Prizewinner 1 class level. At this point children are learning very advanced steps and should be attending Summer Camp. Going into this level, dancers are required to know, in addition to the requirements for PW1, the 3 prelim reel steps, and 3 slow treble jig steps.
Pre-Prelim –This class is for children who have completed the Prizewinner 2 class level and have not yet moved into the preliminary level when competing in feisanna. The preprelim level is both a prep class for children who are aspiring to move into the preliminary level in competition, in addition to being the class level for children who have completed PW 2 and who don’t compete. For non-competitive dancers, they will remain in the Pre-Prelim class level going forward in future years as the Prelim level is strictly for competitive dancers.
M 5:00 PM-6:15 PM
Stamford Studio
Open Champ Mon
Open Championship Level –
This class level is strictly for competitive dancers who have achieved the Open Championship level in feisanna.
M 5:30 PM-7:45 PM
Stamford Studio
Advanced Beginner- Tues
Advanced Beginner Class Level –
This level is for children who have completed one year in our beginner class level. In order to enter the AB level children should be fluent in the first 3 Light Jig steps, their Irish Skips, their 7’s, Over-the-Logs, and at least the 1st step in the Reel. Some children will know more than this going into the AB level so this is a minimum guideline. IF your child is unable to attend our Summer Camp, it is extremely helpful to get some one-on-one help from one of our senior dancers over the summer before returning in September to ensure they are up to speed and remember what they learned in the prior year! For more information about setting up a one-on-one session please email Kathleen@penderkeady.com
Tu 4:15 PM-5:15 PM
Stamford Studio
Beginner/Beginner 2-Tues
Beginner Class Level –
This level is for children with little or no experience with Irish dancing. Even if they have taken other forms of dance, children still need to start out in the Beginner level. If your child is age 7 or older and took our Intro to Irish Dancing Camp, they can sign up for Beginner 2 level. If your child took Intro to Irish Dancing Camp and is 6 or younger, they should go into a regular Beginner class.
Beginner 2 Class Level –
This level is for children with some experience who are not ready for Advanced Beginner level yet. This would include older children (age 7+) who took Intro to Irish Dancing Camp and also any children who took a beginner class that started in January rather than September and did not attend our regular summer camp program.
Tuesday
4:15 PM to 5:00 PM
Stamford Studio
Novice/Prizewinner 1 -Tues
Novice - This class is for children who have completed 1 year in our Advanced Beginner Level. At this point it is important to try to attend Summer Camp and if you are unable to attend camp it is advised that a few brush up lessons be taken before September with one of our senior students to make sure they are ready for class (see #3 for more information). At a minimum, dancers entering the Novice class level should be fluent in 4 Light Jig steps, 2 Reel steps, 2 Slip Jig steps, and at least the 1st hard shoe Jig step and preferable the 2nd step as well. This is in addition to their skips, seven’s and over-the-logs.
Prizewinner 1 –This class is for children who have successfully completed our Novice class level. Dancers who do not attend summer camp will most likely struggle in the PW 1 level if they do not get some “extra help” over the summer (see # 3). It is not abnormal for some kids to find the need to repeat the Novice level again before advancing to PW 1. Dancers moving into PW 1 are required to be fluent in: 4 light jigs, 4 reel steps, 2 slip jig steps, 2 treble jig steps danced to the fast music, 2 hornpipe steps danced to the fast music, and the traditional set St. Patrick's Day. Children will have learned a lot in their Novice year so it is important that they are up to speed when entering PW1 level in September!
Tu 4:15 PM-5:30 PM
Stamford Studio
Prizewinner/Preprelim- Tues
Prizewinner 2 –This class is for children who have completed the Prizewinner 1 class level. At this point children are learning very advanced steps and should be attending Summer Camp. Going into this level, dancers are required to know, in addition to the requirements for PW1, the 3 prelim reel steps, and 3 slow treble jig steps.
Pre-Prelim –This class is for children who have completed the Prizewinner 2 class level and have not yet moved into the preliminary level when competing in feisanna. The preprelim level is both a prep class for children who are aspiring to move into the preliminary level in competition, in addition to being the class level for children who have completed PW 2 and who don’t compete. For non-competitive dancers, they will remain in the Pre-Prelim class level going forward in future years as the Prelim level is strictly for competitive dancers.
Tu 5:00 PM-6:15 PM
Stamford Studio
Older Prelim-Tues
Prelim class level –
This level is for competitive dancers who have achieved the prelim level when competing in feisanna. These classes are broken down loosely by age but are age flexible based on children’s schedules.

Tu 5:30 PM-7:00 PM
Stamford Studio
Advanced Beginner- Weds
Advanced Beginner Class Level –
This level is for children who have completed one year in our beginner class level. In order to enter the AB level children should be fluent in the first 3 Light Jig steps, their Irish Skips, their 7’s, Over-the-Logs, and at least the 1st step in the Reel. Some children will know more than this going into the AB level so this is a minimum guideline. IF your child is unable to attend our Summer Camp, it is extremely helpful to get some one-on-one help from one of our senior dancers over the summer before returning in September to ensure they are up to speed and remember what they learned in the prior year! For more information about setting up a one-on-one session please email Kathleen@penderkeady.com
W 4:15 PM-5:15 PM
Stamford Studio
Beginner/Beginner 2- Weds
Beginner Class Level –
This level is for children with little or no experience with Irish dancing. Even if they have taken other forms of dance, children still need to start out in the Beginner level. If your child is age 7 or older and took our Intro to Irish Dancing Camp, they can sign up for Beginner 2 level. If your child took Intro to Irish Dancing Camp and is 6 or younger, they should go into a regular Beginner class.
Beginner 2 Class Level –
This level is for children with some experience who are not ready for Advanced Beginner level yet. This would include older children (age 7+) who took Intro to Irish Dancing Camp and also any children who took a beginner class that started in January rather than September and did not attend our regular summer camp program.
Wednesday
4:15 PM to 5:00 PM
Stamford Studio
Novice/Prizewinner 1 -Weds
Novice - This class is for children who have completed 1 year in our Advanced Beginner Level. At this point it is important to try to attend Summer Camp and if you are unable to attend camp it is advised that a few brush up lessons be taken before September with one of our senior students to make sure they are ready for class (see #3 for more information). At a minimum, dancers entering the Novice class level should be fluent in 4 Light Jig steps, 2 Reel steps, 2 Slip Jig steps, and at least the 1st hard shoe Jig step and preferable the 2nd step as well. This is in addition to their skips, seven’s and over-the-logs.
Prizewinner 1 –This class is for children who have successfully completed our Novice class level. Dancers who do not attend summer camp will most likely struggle in the PW 1 level if they do not get some “extra help” over the summer (see # 3). It is not abnormal for some kids to find the need to repeat the Novice level again before advancing to PW 1. Dancers moving into PW 1 are required to be fluent in: 4 light jigs, 4 reel steps, 2 slip jig steps, 2 treble jig steps danced to the fast music, 2 hornpipe steps danced to the fast music, and the traditional set St. Patrick's Day. Children will have learned a lot in their Novice year so it is important that they are up to speed when entering PW1 level in September!
W 5:15 PM-6:30 PM
Stamford Studio
Young Prelim-Weds
Prelim class level –
This level is for competitive dancers who have achieved the prelim level when competing in feisanna. These classes are broken down loosely by age but are age flexible based on children’s schedules.

W 4:15 PM-5:45 PM
Stamford Studio
Advanced Beginner- Thurs
Advanced Beginner Class Level –
This level is for children who have completed one year in our beginner class level. In order to enter the AB level children should be fluent in the first 3 Light Jig steps, their Irish Skips, their 7’s, Over-the-Logs, and at least the 1st step in the Reel. Some children will know more than this going into the AB level so this is a minimum guideline. IF your child is unable to attend our Summer Camp, it is extremely helpful to get some one-on-one help from one of our senior dancers over the summer before returning in September to ensure they are up to speed and remember what they learned in the prior year! For more information about setting up a one-on-one session please email Kathleen@penderkeady.com
Th 4:15 PM-5:15 PM
Stamford Studio
Beginner/Beginner 2- Thurs
Beginner Class Level –
This level is for children with little or no experience with Irish dancing. Even if they have taken other forms of dance, children still need to start out in the Beginner level. If your child is age 7 or older and took our Intro to Irish Dancing Camp, they can sign up for Beginner 2 level. If your child took Intro to Irish Dancing Camp and is 6 or younger, they should go into a regular Beginner class.
Beginner 2 Class Level –
This level is for children with some experience who are not ready for Advanced Beginner level yet. This would include older children (age 7+) who took Intro to Irish Dancing Camp and also any children who took a beginner class that started in January rather than September and did not attend our regular summer camp program.
Thursday
4:15 PM to 5:00 PM
Stamford Studio
Novice/Prizewinner 1 -Thurs
Novice - This class is for children who have completed 1 year in our Advanced Beginner Level. At this point it is important to try to attend Summer Camp and if you are unable to attend camp it is advised that a few brush up lessons be taken before September with one of our senior students to make sure they are ready for class (see #3 for more information). At a minimum, dancers entering the Novice class level should be fluent in 4 Light Jig steps, 2 Reel steps, 2 Slip Jig steps, and at least the 1st hard shoe Jig step and preferable the 2nd step as well. This is in addition to their skips, seven’s and over-the-logs.
Prizewinner 1 –This class is for children who have successfully completed our Novice class level. Dancers who do not attend summer camp will most likely struggle in the PW 1 level if they do not get some “extra help” over the summer (see # 3). It is not abnormal for some kids to find the need to repeat the Novice level again before advancing to PW 1. Dancers moving into PW 1 are required to be fluent in: 4 light jigs, 4 reel steps, 2 slip jig steps, 2 treble jig steps danced to the fast music, 2 hornpipe steps danced to the fast music, and the traditional set St. Patrick's Day. Children will have learned a lot in their Novice year so it is important that they are up to speed when entering PW1 level in September!
Th 4:15 PM-5:30 PM
Stamford Studio
Prizewinner 2/Preprelim- Thurs
Prizewinner 2 –This class is for children who have completed the Prizewinner 1 class level. At this point children are learning very advanced steps and should be attending Summer Camp. Going into this level, dancers are required to know, in addition to the requirements for PW1, the 3 prelim reel steps, and 3 slow treble jig steps.
Pre-Prelim –This class is for children who have completed the Prizewinner 2 class level and have not yet moved into the preliminary level when competing in feisanna. The preprelim level is both a prep class for children who are aspiring to move into the preliminary level in competition, in addition to being the class level for children who have completed PW 2 and who don’t compete. For non-competitive dancers, they will remain in the Pre-Prelim class level going forward in future years as the Prelim level is strictly for competitive dancers.
Th 5:15 PM-6:30 PM
Stamford Studio
Older Prelim-Thurs
Prelim class level –
This level is for competitive dancers who have achieved the prelim level when competing in feisanna. These classes are broken down loosely by age but are age flexible based on children’s schedules.

Th 5:30 PM-7:00 PM
Stamford Studio
Open Champ Fri
Open Championship Level –
This class level is strictly for competitive dancers who have achieved the Open Championship level in feisanna.
F 4:00 PM-6:30 PM
Stamford Studio


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