K2Dance Uniform

K2Dance has a beautifully designed compulsory uniform for all students attending classes, excluding Tinies and Adults Classes. Students at these levels must wear the K2Dance uniform in order to attend classes.

K2Dance uniforms are all excellent quality products, with multiple options, and are available at the studios through our uniform shop. At the Adult and Tinies class levels students are not required to wear the uniform and are able to wear their own appropriate dancewear.

Dance Safety

Our uniforms ensure students wear Dance attire for different dance styles and we are adhering to Safe Dance Practice. Students must wear clothing where body alignment can be seen (allowing teachers to correct where necessary) and the surfaces of the body do not cause injury with the floor. In addition, styles such as Acrobatics need appropriate Dance attire so staff can spot students, enabling our uniforms to account for this dance safety.

Members of a Team

We all enjoy and take pride in being part of a successful team. A uniform creates a feeling of ensemble, togetherness and being part of the studio as a whole.

The uniform is one way we give a sense of belonging at K2Dance. Wearing a uniform is a badge of pride, creates an identity for the studio and is an important part of being a K2Dance student.

All Students are Equal

The wearing of a uniform creates an even playing field. All students are in the same attire and are equal in that attire. The wearing of a uniform helps to ensure that people are not misjudged as individuals and learners. The forces of fashion are very strong. Without a uniform, many students would compete in the fashion stakes – a costly exercise. The winners would be those who could afford it. By wearing a uniform, we identify as one group. Uniform brings everyone to the same platform, thus inculcating a feeling of equality amongst those wearing the uniform.

Mutual Growth

Research shows that people wearing uniforms are more caring for their fellows and classmates, they care not only for their growth but the growth of their peers as well. At K2Dance we believe this is an incredibly important trait to foster, which is enhanced through wearing our uniform.

“Uniforms show that you are part of an organisation. Wearing it says we’re all in this together,” Jason Wing, head teacher at the Neale-Wade academy in Cambridgeshire, says. “Also, if you wear your uniform with pride, it means you are halfway there to being respectful, buying into what the organisation is all about.’’

But We Are All Individuals

This statement is true, and in a way, by wearing a uniform we are foregoing some of that individuality. However, at K2Dance we can express our individuality within the choices we have within our uniform shop, allowing for individual preferences whilst still having the benefits of a uniform.