No dance teacher required!
Login to the online portal to access Ofsted-ready lesson plans and resources. Track pupil progress and overall class engagement with inbuilt assessment tools.
Primary Dance will help you achieve…
Increased concentration levels
Excellent P.E. and extra curricular dance lessons
Engagement of non-sports oriented pupils
Improved pupil mental health and wellbeing
Improved health and fitness levels of pupils
Are you a…
For as little as £20 per week provide excellent dance lessons for every child in your school. Delivered via the easy-to-use interactive portal, our dance scheme of work allows for trackable pupil challenge and progression.
Take the stress away from your teachers, and bring engaging dance to your pupils today!
All of our dance routines are set to current music that your pupils will love. We provide easy to follow video instructions for each routine, as well as a comprehensive lesson plan that shows progression over time.
Let us take the stress out of dance planning and delivery – allowing you to focus on your pupils and the fun of dance!
How Primary Dance can help your school
Watch a sample dance move introduced by Sarah to teach in your lesson today. If you’d like more information on how dance can be best incorporated into your lessons why not schedule a conversation with Sarah?
Who are Primary Dance UK
Jackie Sanderson – Director
Jackie established Sanderson’s Dance in 1976; this has now grown to be one of the largest dance studios in the UK with three dedicated centres and a strong team of 47 members of staff. She feels passionately that all children should have the opportunity to experience dance no matter what their background and hopes that Primary Dance UK will help to make that a reality.
Sarah Hawthorne – Director
Sarah began working as a dance teacher in 2003 and took her passion for teaching a step further in 2012 when she qualified as a primary teacher; she has since taught across Key Stages 1 and 2 and now combines her passion for dance with her teaching role. She feels that all children should have the opportunity to enjoy dance as part of their education and benefit from the many positive effects it has on both physical and mental wellbeing.