KLL Junior Vocational Ballet Scholarship Appeal
KLL and LRBS provide a pathway to vocational ballet training for children who might not otherwise have exposure to ballet. We would like to make available a number of full scholarships to deserving and talented children to cover their tuition fees.
September 2013 - August 2014
Kids Love Lambeth
A number of talented children are unable to take advantage of the pathway to a career in dance that KLL and LRBS offer. We would like to be able to offer a number of full junior vocational scholarships for those under 16. Scholarships would cover the cost of up to 6 ballet classes per week.
We will remove this barrier to continued ballet training by providing a number of children whose families are unable to afford vocational training with full scholarships.
Enable children to continue their ballet training irrespective of their family’s ability to fund it.
Activities» Cover the full cost of ballet tuition
Success will be measured by an increased number of children continuing with their vocational training at LRBS.
Expect to see the scholarship children complete their vocational training.
We have been unable to identify any risks affecting this project.
KLL and LRBS regularly update their website on activity undertaken and produce a regular newsletter.
Budget - Project Cost: £22,680Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £22,680 Scholarships 6 full junior vocational ballet scholarships
Lambeth is one of the most densely populated and diverse inner London boroughs but suffers from significant poverty issues.
Children with the talent to pursue a vocational pathway in ballet who might otherwise not be able to afford to.
KLL is unique in that it is not just providing a one-off introduction to ballet. Working with LRBS, which provides the outreach performers, KLL delivers a continuous pathway for children either to weekly enjoyment of ballet or serious vocational Russian Ballet training.
Read more about the Charity running this project.
A former Principal of the Bolshoi Ballet. He is committed to the view that the highest standard of training should be offered to children in Lambeth.
will pay for 1 junior vocational student per year