Schools and Colleges

Dancing is a fantastic way to introduce children to the world's rich diversity, to teach the enjoyment of dance, music and rhythm and to begin a lifelong habit of social skills and physical activity.

Dance teaches children about different cultures, customs and concepts. For example the Cha Cha Cha is a cheeky and fun dance that originates from Cuba and the Samba which is a flamboyant carnival dance from Brazil demonstrates lively and rhythmical movements.

Teaching dancing fulfills many goals of an education program.

It provides developmentally appropriate ways to develop physical abilities.

It also provides an excellent outlet for active children and kinesthetic learners with an avenue to challenge children who often become frustrated and experience behavioural problems. Dancing can provide a legitimate outlet that may be needed within the school which requires more traditional academics and passive behaviours.

Teaching basic concepts of rhythm, repetition, sequencing, social skills, performance, competing, predictability, anticipation, musical cues and counting. Multicultural - exposing children to dances from around the world, to dances representing different historical and social times and showing children how all cultures and people are connected and interrelated. Another advantage of dance at an early age is that it creates in children a disposition towards a fun, loving way to provide a lifetime of physical activity and exercise.
The following dances are danced in a circle or horse shoe and involve changing partners in a progressive manner.
  • Progressive Jive
  • Barn Dance
  • Progressive Samba
  • Evening 3 step
Private or group classes for end of year formals.
  • Modern Waltz
  • Slow Rhythm
  • Cha Cha Cha
  • Rumba
Create a dynamic, show stopping and original performance. Enter your school in the next Eisteddfod and win!

Script writing, artistic direction, choreography, costume design and set design.