How to enrol

All participants at SEA are required to become a member of Southern Edge Arts. The membership fee is $10 /year and $5 for any additional child. To become a member you will need to fill in and return the membership form together with your fee. Becoming a member is important as it gives us your contact information and allows us to fill you in on things happening around SEA. It also lets you sign up to our mailing list for Newsletters each term.

Members are welcome to enrol in any number of workshops suited to their skills & age; payment for these workshops are due at the first lesson. Workshops generally start the first week of the school term. But please check the important dates for the year.

You may be eligible to use Kidsport subsidies to pay for circus and dance classes at SEA. Check your eligibility with the Albany Leisure and Aquatic Centre or the City of Albany.

We also run holiday workshop and short term intensive classes which are widely popular for our school age participants.

Our members may have the opportunity to take part in one of our performance projects. Participating in a performance project usually incurs an additional participation fee. The fee varies depending on the scale of the project and will be advised once enrolments are open.

To enrol fill in the adjacent enrolment form and return it to us by email or at the office with your payment of membership and workshop fee for the term.We will then process your enrolment and contact you to confirm your place in your preferred class. It is important to remember that some classes have waiting lists and you may not have the opportunity to participate until a space becomes available.

 

Form to Complete

For all inquiries contact us at seamail@southernedge.org.au or 9841 6002

 

Important Dates for 2017

SEA Term 1 Workshops: Mon 6th Feb – Fri 7th April
SEA Term 2 Workshops: Mon 1st May – Fri 30th June
SEA Term 3 Workshops: Mon 24th July – Fri 22nd Sept
SEA Performance week: Mon 9th Oct – Sun 15th Oct
SEA Term 4 Workshops: Mon 16th Oct – Fri 15th Dec

No classes are conducted on public holidays.

 

What to Wear

All students need to wear appropriate clothing to SEA classes. Changing out of school uniforms encourages students to move into the SEA zone and be ready to engage in their class.

Please ensure your child brings a water bottle to every class. We also ask that their hair is tied away from their face, and in winter, please send your child with warm clothing on for the start and end of class to ensure their muscles remain warm and healthy.

Drama – Students need to wear clothing that they can comfortably move in.

Circus – Requires clothing that is tight fitting and of stretchy material to facilitate full movements. Tight fitting tops are suggested for boys and girls and singlets should be worn underneath. We recommend leggings or stretchy shorts are worn. Older females need a leotard or top that is cut high at the front and supportive.

Food is not allowed to be consumed inside the SEA facilities and students are advised not to eat lollies right before a class as it affects their ability to focus and perform. Healthy snacks can be eaten in the PCYC area or in the hallway leading to SEA.