A ballet school has moved all of its lessons to online in a bid to keep toddlers dancing during the coronavirus outbreak.

'Babyballet' Dartford, Bexley and Bromley has moved its classes to a private online platform, to stop children from missing out on their beloved classes.

Jessie Lilley, owner of Babyballet Dartford, Bexley, Bromley said:

“It’s a worrying time as the UK deals with the outbreak of the coronavirus, but we are remaining very positive.

"Our primary focus is to ensure children and families can still enjoy Babyballet, even if they can’t physically come to classes.

“Our baby ballet pupils are aged from six months to five-years-old and most have no idea about the coronavirus and the effect it’s having in the world around them.

"It’s our responsibility to keep the babyballet world as normal as possible for them.

"We will be delivering our online classes with as much passion and energy as ever.

"Instead of being in a dance studio, we’ll be on a screen in children’s living rooms.”

If you would like your child to learn ballet whilst at home visit at www.babyballet.co.uk