HOW MUCH DOES IT ALL COST?
Annual Registration is
3-4 Years = $60
5 Years - Ladies = $100
Registration fees cover yearly affiliation with EP Physie, Public Liability Insurance, access to the 2020 Syllabus video, music fees, competition entry fees (interclubs are excluded).
Class fees are split into three equal payments to be paid in Terms 1, 2 & 3.
3-4 Years = $60
5 Years - Ladies = $120
If you want to compete there are only a couple of things that are compulsory, 1 a leotard and skirt, 2 ballets.
WHAT DO I WEAR FOR CLASS?
Members wear whatever is comfortable, a leotard, gym wear or simply a t-shirt and bike tights. Hair is to be neat and tidy and pulled back off the face.
School uniforms, big shirts, tracksuits, jumpers, anything baggy will not be allowed. It is very hard to correct positions when children and ladies wear unsuitable attire.
No need to purchase ballets just yet, bare feet are perfectly fine for class.
WHAT DO YOU DO IN CLASS?
Your class starts with some easy stretching while catching up with your friends and your teacher. Next, you’ll stretch your legs with some marching and learning some new dance moves. Each lesson is designed to make sure that you improve a little every single week and caters to the ability level of the group.
WHAT AGE GROUP AM I IN?
For all Juniors, ages are calculated as per your age on our census date of 1 September each year.
JUNIORS - Girls compete according to age
SENIOR AGE GROUPS
Novice Seniors - 17 years and above who are new to Physie
1st Year Intermediate Seniors - 17 years +
2nd Year Intermediate Seniors - 19 years +
Open Seniors - 21 years +
LADIES AGE GROUPS
Extended Ladies - 25 years + after competing as an Open Senior
Elementary Ladies - Novice members 21 years +
1st Year Ladies - 21 years + after competing as an Elementary Lady
2nd Year Ladies - 21 years + after competing as a 1st Year Lady
Advanced Ladies - 25 years + after competing as an Open Senior, Extended Lady or 2nd Year Lady
WHAT TYPE OF COMPETITIONS ARE THERE?
There are two types of competitions. Teams and Individual (Champion Girl).
Individual competitions are held in many forms - Interlcubs, Heats, State Finals, the Grand Final held at Sydney Town Hall on the last Sunday in November, and our own fun Club day. Girls and Ladies are allowed to pick their own leotard and skirt. They are also allowed to add "bling" to their leotard.
Every girl and lady receives a medal at all Champion Girl Competitions.
Team competitions consist of 6 girls/ladies who must complete their syllabus in a formation. A team aims for complete synchronization of all it's members.