We’ve been providing all kinds of workshops for children and young people across England and Wales. We have learned what works well and what doesn’t work so well.
Street dance is one of those workshops that always seem to be popular. It is more popular with girls than boys, but still enjoyed by both.
This is a very popular genre in the urban arts area. This dance activity differs from break dancing in that it’s more about groups, doing choreographed moves in unison, as opposed to the freestyle individualistic break dancing workshops.
We have some fantastic tutors, and choreographers on our books. These dancing classes and workshops are popular with young people, and another great genre through which to help group cohesion. These workshops often end in a brief performance, and skills can be taught over an introductory session, or more comprehensively with a multi session course.
These workshops can be delivered to large groups of up to around 30 children per dance tutor so it’s a cost effective, fun and popular activity! Children learn various moves before splitting into smaller groups. With help from the tutor, they then choreograph their own dance routines leading to a performance at the end.