|COVID-19 update: We’re pleased to announce that our dance programme for under 18’s will re-start on 3rd December 2020. If you attended the previous course, please attend at your usual venue on your usual day and time. Your account has been credited for sessions cancelled due to the closure.
Our Dance Team will return on the 3rd December and will be contacted by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Then why not come and join in one of our dance classes, you’ll never know where it might lead you to……
We deliver a variety of classes across Salford in a number of dance styles including, Street Dance, Ballet, Tap, Freestyle, Modern Jazz, Contemporary and movement and dance classes for young people and adults with a disability.
All young people that take part in Street, Ballet, Tap, Freestyle, Modern Jazz and Contemporary dance classes are given the opportunity to take part in performers awards with the IDTA (International Dance Teachers Association). They are also given performance opportunities through presentation evenings and showcases at The Lowry Theatre. We have award winning Theatre Dance Competitors and we have had performance opportunities with Blue Peter the BBC and Cbeebies.
The Dance Development Team also provides classes for local Primary and Secondary Schools in a variety of dance styles including curriculum support and after school clubs. The team offer sessions for Private Nurseries that introduce the basic fundamentals of dance and movement in through fun and engaging dance activities.
The team specialise in tailoring classes for young people and adults with a disability. The team offer tailored sessions to Primary and Secondary schools that enhance the students co-ordination, balance, rhythm and creativity in a fun, friendly and encouraging environment. Community dance sessions are also available for young people and adults, these sessions focus not only on the physical benefits of dance and physical activity but also on the social aspect too.
The Dance Team also offer sessions for private day centres or closed groups, our current work includes providing tailored classes for people with Multiple Sclerosis.
In addition to this, we also offer training and workshops for teachers, including professional teaching qualifications with the IDTA.
Principal: Louise Seddon FIDTA.
For more information contact 0161 778 0561/0037 or email your enquiry.
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