Schools Program

Dance is often regarded as a creative art form as well as a sport that promotes learning on multiple levels in addition to cardiovascular exercise. Not only do students learn choreography, they are taught fundamentals of human movement, elements of anatomy, discipline and social skills. The team at Byrnes Dance Image have the capacity and dedication to teach your students Dancesport as part of your school’s PDHPE program.

Dance Sport Australia accredited teachers from Dance Image will teach at your school for either one or two hours, depending on school requirements. Costs are minimal, beginning at $5 per student (per lesson) for groups of 20 (minimum) – 200 High School age students. The program covers the NSW Personal Development, Health and Physical Education syllabus – specifically years 5-12, Strand 2, Outcomes 4.4, 4.5, 5.4 and 5.5. We can even choreograph a routine ideal to fulfil the Dance and Creative Arts outcomes.

Neale and Nicole Byrnes have over 50 years combined dance experience. Both have taught groups of all ages and can tailor a program to meet the needs of your students. Programs can include popular Latin Dancesport dances such as SAMBA, CHA CHA, JIVE and SALSA, along with traditional dances such as WALTZ, QUICKSTEP and BARN DANCES, or even HIP HOP. Classes take place over a five-week minimum period or over the full school term.

Byrnes Dance Image has run programs at Catherine McAuley High School, Trinity Colleges Auburn & Regents Park, Birrong H.S, Our Lady of Lebanon H.S Harris Park, and Caroline Chisholm College. As a result, these students possess knowledge and skills that they will use for the rest of their lives.

Should you require more information regarding this program or any other classes of interest, please call us on 0423.803.243, visit or send an email to or

Alternatively you can request to enrol in one of our classes through the Enrolment Page

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