This class is aimed at the older children. We teach a selection of dances from the following styles
In this class we concentrate a little more on the development of technique within the dances but still with a firm emphasis on fun & enjoyment enabling the children to further grow & develop in both confidence and ability in a safe & friendly environment.
All our pupils are given the opportunity if they wish to take a range of Medal Tests and also OFQUAL recognised graded qualifications. These are examined by an independent examiner from the IDTA (International Dance Teachers’ Association). These are not compulsory.
Our teachers are FULLY QUALIFIED professionals with the IDTA (International Dance Teachers’ Association) with many years professional dance and teaching experience and hold current CRB/DBS checks. DanceTech is fully insured and holds current music and performing licences. So you can be reassured your child is being taught correctly and safely.
Civic Hall (above library) - Hurst Lane - Bollington
The International Dance Teachers’ Association is one of the world’s largest examination boards, covering the full spectrum of dance examinations.
All our teachers are qualified professionals with the IDTA (International Dance Teachers Association).
We follow the IDTA policy on Child Protection to ensure your child is taught in a safe environment.
A smooth, progressive dance characterized by long, continuous flowing movements across the dance floor.
A Ballroom dance in 2/4 time orginating from South America, danced with a sharp staccato action
A Ballroom dance in 4/4 time, Its origins are a combination of foxtrot combined with the Charleston.
A smooth progressive dance in 3/4 time, characterised by rise & fall
A dance from Spain, developed in France, depicting a bull fight.
A lively dance popular especially in the 1940s & 50s, performed to swing music or rock and roll.
A dance with its origins in Brazil at the beginning of the 20th century. Many steps can be traced back to the Maxixe danced in the 1910s
A dance of Cuban origin it was developed from the danzón by a syncopation of the fourth beat.
A rhythmic dance with Spanish and African elements, originating in Cuba.