GCSE Dance is a 2 year course for candidates in year 9 and above who want to study dance in depth.
During the course you will gain experience of choreography, performance and dance appreciation.
Benefits of GCSE Dance
- promotes fitness, a healthy lifestyle, team work and creativity
- helps to develop independent learning
- develops an understanding of a range of dance styles
- provides foundations for further studies in dance, such as A Level Dance or the Creative and Media Diploma
- helps to build up confidence and self-esteem
Teaching is done over 12 week terms and involves:
- a minimum weekly 1.5 hour practical and 1.5 hour theory session (Sundays, 9am to 12 noon)
- Additional sessions with visiting artists
- Video viewing of various dance companies in performance
- Theatre trips to live performances
- Students should also be taking a minimum of one other technique dance class per week, either at the centre or with another qualified dance teacher
£100 per term
Details for the next course
There will be a new syllabus in September and we will provide a course outline nearer the time.
Sunday 17 September 2017
- 9am to 10.30am, Contemporary Class for GCSE students
- 10.30 to 12 noon, GCSE Dance Course
There are a number of further education colleges which offer dance courses and we have provided a list below.
It's important to say that courses are expensive and for every success story there are literally hundreds of college educated dancers who aren't working professionally.
Contact Paulene Sorrell if you have queries about the GCSE course