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How many lessons a week do I/does my child need to attend?
Physie is no different to any other new skill - the more you do it the quicker you learn. Two lessons are not compulsory but for the best results we recommend two lessons per week.
Members are welcome to attend classes at both venues if desired, to enhance their skills, and best of all there is no extra charge for the second class!
Our class programs focus on consistency and building on skills learnt in class the week prior. It is therefore important to attend at least one lesson a week. Members wishing to participate in team competitions must attend two classes per week.
We also offer private lessons for those wanting some one on one help, subject to an hourly charge. Please contact your teacher if you would like to organise a private lesson.

What class will I be in?
The age you turn on or before 31st August 2020. For example, if you are turning 9 years on 31 August 2020 you would be in the 9 year age group. However, if you turned 9 years old on 1 September 2020, you would be in the 8 year age group (because that was your age on 31 August 2020).

What to wear to class?
All junior members up to 14 years must wear a leotard or a crop top and bike shorts to class. Leggings or bike shorts are permitted to be worn over leotards.

Any branded leotard is permitted to be worn to practice. It is only if you choose to participate in competitions that a BJP branded leotard must be worn to competitions.

Seniors and ladies may wear appropriate active wear to class, for example, leggings or shorts and a crop top or fitted singlet.

All students must bring a water bottle to class.

Hair must be tied up neatly and off the face.

No shoes are required as all Physie dances are done barefoot.

Senior girls are encouraged to bring their own stretching blocks and therobands to class.

Can parents sit in on the class?
Parents of the 2-8 year old classes only are permitted to sit at the back of the class and watch quietly, and we ask that parents monitor distractions from other siblings during the class.

If the teachers find the class to be too noisy and distracting when parents are sitting in the class, parents will be asked to sit in the foyer. This is in order to minimise class disruption as a noisy classroom disrupts the learning environment for the children.

Parent viewing sessions for the 9-14 year age groups and Seniors will be organised at the end of each Term, so parents can sit in on the last 10 minutes of the last class of each Term and see how the girls have learned and progressed throughout the Term.

Are there classes on school holidays and public holidays?

There will be no classes held on public holidays.

A school holiday workshop for 5-16 years will be held in the July school holidays, on Saturday 11th July 2020.

Classes will be held in the September/October school holidays for all age groups from 5 years to Ladies, in order to prepare for the Zone competition in October.

What are the Class Rules?

Students must wait in the foyer prior to the commencement of their own class to avoid disruption to the class prior.

Students must be collected from the inside foyer at the end of their class and are not permitted to wait outside on their own for their parents.

Please try and ensure that girls go to the bathroom before their class.

Chewing gum is not allowed in class.

Mobile phones are not to be used during class time.

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