Promising sign for new Physie club

Kiama Physie student Jayde Pearce, 5, stoked with her performance at a national competition on the weekend

Kiama Physie student Jayde Pearce, 5, stoked with her performance at a national competition on the weekend

Kiama Physie Club established at the start of the year produced an outstanding result at a national competition on the weekend. 

Kiama Physie student Jayde Pearce, 5, performed in three heats to claim third place in the five years section above 30 other competitors at the BJP National Qualifying Competition.

Kiama Physie students are now in training to take on the national team event held in Homebush in two months.

Instructor Tracey Hoyt would like to welcome more children to her dance school.

“It’s a dance school that encourages healthy competition and educates children on posture, determination and an aspiration to work towards a goal,” she said.

For more information contact Tracey at kiamaphysie@gmail.com

Kiama Physie student Jayde Pearce, 5, chuffed with her performance at a national competition on the weekend

Kiama Physie student Jayde Pearce, 5, chuffed with her performance at a national competition on the weekend