Teaching programme

The teaching programme of the 5 O'Clock Class runs parallel to the school year of the hbo dance study courses of the Amsterdam University of the Arts, but unlike these study courses, the 5 O'Clock Class offers classes outside school hours and on Saturdays. The number of classes increases as the students get older and reach the next level of education

Junior 5-hour class
Usually aged 10+ years

  • 1 day per week
  • Saturday from 09:30 hrs to 18:00 hrs, subject to change depending on the period
  • For 10 months

Junior 5 O'Clock Class € 625

Teen 5 O'Clock Class 
Usually aged 13+ years

  • 4 days a week
  • Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 5pm to 9pm (Saturday from 9.30am to 6pm, subject to change depending on period);
  • for 10 months

Teen 5 O'Clock Class € 900

Peer 5 O'Clock Class
Usually aged 15+ years

  • 6 days a week
  • Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday from 17 hrs to 19 hrs (Friday from 16.30 hrs to 20.30 hrs - Saturday from 11 hrs to 18 hrs, subject to change, depending on the period)   
  • for 10 months

Peer 5 O'Clock Class € 1000

There is a Weekend 5 O'Clock Class on every Saturday (school holidays excluded)

Who is the Weekend 5 O'Clock Class for?

  • For dance enthusiasts who only want or can do classes on weekends
  • For dance enthusiasts who cannot follow the weekly 5 O'Clock Teen or Peer programme due to travel distance
  • For dance enthusiasts who want to see if the 5 O'Clock dance course suits them
  • Saturdays from 11am to 6pm subject to change depending on the period
  • Period of 10 months

Age range:
Weekend 5 O'Clock Class A - age 13+ years;
Weekend 5 O'Clock Class B - age 15+ years;

Weekend 5 O'Clock Class €650 per year.

5 O'Clock Combi Class Almere
Usually aged 13+ years

  • Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 17 hrs to 20 hrs (ovb of changes, depending on period);
  • Saturday from 11am to 3pm subject changes, depending on period)
  • For 10 months
  • Programme subject to change due to corona measures

5 O'Clock Combi Class Almere €750

Our teaching program includes urban dance styles, modern dance, jazz and classical ballet, but space is also made available for workshops including show dance, African dance, and singing and theatre technique lessons.

The curriculum is also supplemented with lessons in which the students create their own work and prepare for the performances they give three times a year in the Danstheater of the Academy of Theatre and Dance, Meervaart Theater in Amsterdam and the Kunstlinie in Almere.