Malton, North Yorkshire 
 
Breaking news - Watch this space for more info on workshops this Saturday 20th June via Zoom. 
Three separate age groups studying Frozen for juniors, Matilda for Intermediates and Wicked for seniors.  
 
Look out for your email for further information on log in details, times and for those who feel they can help Kirkham Henry by giving a donation.  
 
Thank you to former pupil Lauren for kindly donating her time and expertise for KH. 
 
For further login and donate info please email info@kirkhamhenry.co.uk 
 
Or message Michaela 07544381987 
 
 
What's been happening at Kirkham Henry in February 
Kirkham Henry Saturdays 
 
Kirkham Henry Saturdays, and another busy busy day for all our families. Dropping off, picking up, staying and chatting to friends, never a quiet moment. 
That's just how we like it. Here are Miss Joanne's little foundation class from early this morning practicing their pointy toes and their acting faces. Some of our tap class trying hard, a quick peek into singing..and a gorgeous message from Miss Allison along with her great drama class pictures... 
One of the reasons I love KH, how all the students want to help as they grow older. And the little ones love having them around. Miss Allison. 
What's been happening at Kirkham Henry in January 
The Nutcracker! 
 
Just to say a huge Thank you to everyone that found a little time to come and help sort and put away costumes today from our production of The Nutcracker. 
It didn’t take too long just lots of hanging up and packing and moving boxes back to their correct homes and places in the centre. 
We also managed to find space for ALL our beautiful Aunty Von Snowflake tutus returned safely 
Great team effort and now all ready for start of term on Monday 6th January 
What's been happening at Kirkham Henry in November 
The Nutcracker! 
 
Here’s our lovely ballerinas from the Dance of the Merlitons ( Reed pipes ) Sophie - I’m enjoying learning the dance as the reed pipe looks like a caramel wafer 😱 
Jess - the choreography is very advanced. 
Maddison- it’s a very difficult dance but I’ll work hard to keep up with the others. 
Issy - it’s hard using the prop as you change hands but I’m enjoying using it. 
Tickets are now on sale for our performance of this magical children’s Christmas ballet Sunday 22nd December 2.30 matinee and 6.30 early evening click here. Please share with friends and family. 
What's been happening at Kirkham Henry in October 
JUNIOR & SENIOR WORKSHOPS 
 
Thank you Miss Evie for fabulous Junior and Senior Commercial workshops this afternoon after a very busy morning of MNMT Panto dancer auditions. Never a dull moment at KH 
What's been happening at Kirkham Henry this month 
SUNDAY EVENING SMILES 
 
Miss Angela here, what a beautiful evening at former pupil Kirsty Pritchard’s wedding held at the stunning Newburgh priory Coxwold. It’s so wonderful to be invited to weddings of former pupils even though I can’t make them all. Here’s Kirsty and Eliza , Kirsty who attended The Royal Ballet school at eleven years old and later Royal Academy of Dance is now teaching dance throughout London. Eliza is now producing for BBC Bristol from Natural history to podcasts. I also had the privilege to cuddle baby George seen here with his Mummy Sarah who is currently on maternity leave from teaching. It was lovely catching up with the girls and former Mums of Kirsty’s KH family. I was exceptionally proud when Kirsty’s mum Ali even mentioned our KH motivational saying of the 3 D’s during her speech. Dedication, Determination and Discipline - Which leads me in to wishing everyone at KH a great new term. See some of you tomorrow 
End of term 'goings-on' at Kirkham Henry 
Tutu Tuesday - Some of our fabulous Advanced ballet girls working hard in class in preparation for Showcase 2019 
Not so much 'flaming June' but lots of sunshine at Kirkham Henry! 

Malton & Norton District Lions 

Huge thanks to Malton, Norton and district Lions club - We are absolutely thrilled to announce we have been awarded £400 towards training for our Dance4Dementia and neurological conditions classes. Due to the lack of accessible parking at KH we are desperately seeking an accessible venue where we can hold these feel good classes. Any suggestions greatly appreciated. 
In April 2016 Miss Angela was awarded the Melvin Jones Fellowship from Lions clubs international foundation for dedicated humanitarian services. (We believe the first ever non Lions member to do so. )KH continues with its inclusive services for the community thanks to the generous donations. All enquiries info@kirkhamhenry.co.uk 
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