Over 100 pupils with the Pembrokeshire Leisure School of Dance stepped their way to success earlier this month.
The dancers - aged from five to senior citizens - took part in over 400 dance examinations with the UKA (United Kingdom Alliance of Professional Teachers of Dance) dance board.
All pupils attained highly commended, honours of distinctions across a variety of dance disciplines from ballroom to classical.
Longstanding pupil Jayne Jones achieved her Professional Associate Examination in Classical.
The examiner was Eric Rowland, President of the Guild of Professional Teachers of Dance and Kindred Arts, who was recently awarded the Carl Alan Lifetime Achievement in Dancing - a dancing world Oscar!
The Pembrokeshire Leisure School of Dance runs classes at its leisure centres in Milford Haven, Haverfordwest and Pembroke.
Classes - all with qualified teachers - are offered in all major fields of dance including cheerleading, disco, classical, ballroom, modern sequence and Latin.
They are open to all levels from complete beginners to more experienced dancers whether participants want to take exams or simply enjoy moving to music.
"Dance, in all its forms, is an extremely healthy exercise, which can benefit people of all ages," said Margaret Jones, Principal of the Dance School.
"Our aim is to encourage people and give them confidence whether they want to take it seriously and take exams or simply enjoy themselves and have fun."
She said sessions were good value for money with pupils able to pay for classes weekly or by taking out a Pembrokeshire Leisure Adult Corporate membership - or Junior membership- which enabled them to do as many dance classes- as well as other activities- as they wanted each week.
For times and details of dance classes please contact your local leisure centre.
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