English National Ballet School prepares the finest young dancers for a lifetime of achievement, providing world-class training, education, pastoral care, and performance opportunities.



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Join English National Ballet School for our festive Winter Showcase (8-10 December). The Showcase features all students of the School as well as the ENBS Trainees, performing a celebratory programme of classical and contemporary classwork and repertoire. Read More
Third Year student Gabriel has been selected for the prestigious Prix de Lausanne 2024. 425 applicants from 43 countries applied for the world-renowned competition- with just 81 outstanding dancers selected for the competition.  Read More
Second Year student Zai has won both the Dame Margot Fonteyn Audience Choice Award and a bronze medal at the Margot Fonteyn International Ballet Competition 2023. Olivia M also successfully reached the finals of the Royal Academy of Dance’s flagship annual event. Read More

“ENB School has a proud tradition of excellence and achievement on which we continue to build. Standards are very high and we expect a great deal from our students. In turn we owe them the best possible training and support to enable them to realise their full potential.”

Viviana Durante, Artistic Director

Support English National Ballet School

Donate to our Student Hardship Fund to help talented young dancers fulfil their dreams

Many of our talented young dancers are struggling to pay for their day-to-day costs of being a dance student ​in London. From daily travel, ballet shoes and tights to the expenses incurred when attending auditions and transitioning into a professional life. Even before the pandemic, 65% of our students needed additional funding to train and fulfil their potential.

 Thanks to the generosity of our donors and the School, many already receive vital help through our bursaries and scholarships programme. However, due to the impact of the pandemic, students are facing more financial obstacles than ever before.

You can help them today. A donation to the Student HardshipFund can pay for the essentials that no young dancer should go without