Why choose Dance? This course offers you the chance to develop your skills in choreography, performance and analysis. Energy and commitment are the main requirements for this physically and mentally demanding course.
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A Level Dance
Why choose Dance?
This course offers you the chance to develop your skills in choreography, performance and analysis.
Energy and commitment are the main requirements for this physically and mentally demanding course.
Resources and Facilities
Large dance studio with sprung floor
Extensive Learning Resources Centre provision
Computer software for music editing
Teaching and Learning Styles
On average, two practical lessons per week
The many aspects of the course mean that activities vary considerably
There are many opportunities open to students to perform and to see performances
Performing Arts Academy which puts on two public productions a year including a large scale musical
Biennial trip to New York
Will be by practical and written examination.
Many students go on to study Dance at degree level, focusing on performance, choreography or analysis, whilst others combine it with another Arts subject for a joint degree. Each year some students seek employment in the industry. However, many prefer to look on their Dance AS or A level as having been an enjoyable way to gain a qualification which has also provided them with transferable skills for other employment/careers such as team work, problem solving, management and motivation of others, communication and expression.