Donahey’s are pleased to offer schools expert Ballroom & Latin American dance tuition during school hours, as part of the dance curriculum and or PPA time.
With the huge popularity of TV programmes such as Strictly Come Dancing, and the Government’s drive to get children active, dancing is currently the fastest growing art form in the country and a fabulous sport for children of all ages.
Dancing develops; Rhythm, Co-ordination, Self-confidence and team building, helping children to work together now and in later life, as well as keeping themÂ fit!
Following a 6-school project with Manchester City Council during 2009, Donahey’s are well positioned to deliver expert dance tuition during school time. 60-minute sessions can be offered to class sizes of upto 26 pupils, each tailored to different key stage levels.
Donahey’s has joined the NHS Changes4life movement, and are pleased to say every Donahey’s dance class counts as part of a child’s 60-active-minutes a day.
Any child can dance regardless of age, shape, size or background and whether or not they have danced before. Dancing has it’s attraction because of the many different styles & rhythms on offer from around the world, Donahey’s strive to teach children the latest styles to the most popular music.
A recent Arts Council survey in the northwest showed dance as the top activity for girls outside school, and now with sports personalities like Darren Gough & Austin Healy taking up the sport, boys are keener than ever to learn dance.
Donahey’s have been teaching dance to IDTA examination standards for over 40 years and have become the UK’s leading Junior Dance School due to it’s commitment to children,Â constantly teaching new dances and it’s emphasis on making classes fun.
This commitment is shown through the work in the local community showcasing local children at events like Christmas Light Switch On’s and have helped raise over £50k for our official charity ‘BBC Children In Need‘.
Teachers are Enhanced CRB Police Checked and current references are available from Manchester City Council Schools.
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