Royal Academy of Dance
GRADED SYLLABUS BALLET
The Royal Academy of Dance (RAD) was founded in 1920 with a single purpose: to raise the standards of dance teaching in the United Kingdom (UK). 100 years later, excellence in dance teaching is still at the heart of everything they do.
Today, the RAD is a world-leading dance, education and training organisation, with dance teachers and students in 85 countries, enriching the world’s arts and cultural communities.
The RAD believes in the transformative power of dance to enhance our health and happiness for both children and adults.
To inspire the world to dance.
Exams are an opportunity for students to perform in front of an examiner, and celebrate their progress.
They are a goal to work towards, alongside other dancing objectives.
They are a globally recognised qualification.
In the UK, some of our exams can be converted into Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) points.
At Studio by Raquel Yeo, we respect the freedom of choice of every individual.
If you would like to opt out of the graded assessments, we will respect your decision.
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To be the voice of expertise, globally recognised as a leader in dance, education, and training.
To flourish - financially healthy and agile with a diversified income to support our ambitions.
To be all-welcoming, with a belief in the power of dance to transform lives, and the value of a diverse workforce and community.
To be in-step - working collaboratively to deliver our vision.
To be choreographed to deliver, with the right people and processes to realise our objectives.