Please contact Janene Wyatt for more information and how to get involved. Our experienced team of dance leaders look forward to dancing with you.
Blessed Edward Oldcorne Catholic College Cluster – sharing host Blessed Edward
Thursday 28 November
Arrival 9.30am, rehearsals 10-11am, sharing 11am-12pm
Worcestershire Borders – Sharing host Tenbury Ormiston Academy
February 2020 (date tbc)
Arrival 9.30am, rehearsals 9.45-10.45am, sharing 11am-12pm
North Herefordshire – Sharing host Queen Elizabeth Humanities College, Bromyard
Mid March 2020 (date tbc)
Arrival 9.30am, rehearsals 9.45-10.45pm, sharing 11am-12pm
Worcester City and South Worcester – sharing host Nunnery Wood High School/Bishop Perowne
End of May (date tbc)
Arrival 12pm, rehearsals 12.15-1.15pm, performance 1.30-2.30pm
Hereford City (NEW) – Sharing host Hereford Academy
Mid July (date tbc)
Dance, visual arts and film projects for special schools, and an inclusive dance summer school. Sensory and movement based experiences, based on the colours of a beautiful rainbow.
If you'd like to find out more about any of our work in education, please get in touch with our Dance Development Team:
If you'd like to receive information on opportunities for school and colleges in the region
Dancefest is a registered Arts Award Supporter and has a range of activities and opportunities to help pupils complete Arts Award at Discover, Explore, Bronze, Silver and Gold levels. Find out more
“Dancefest have been working with us for several years now. Their performances provide inspiration to both the boys and girls. Their well organised and stimulating workshops keep pupils of all ages and abilities engaged and achieving.” Teacher, Earl Mortimer College, Leominster
"I have seen our children grow in confidence - and feel quite comfortable with performing in front of others. They always have fun and are totally engaged - and that's vitally important." Headteacher, Shobdon Primary School
"The children were all engaged throughout the 5 weeks and given the opportunity to take ownership of the dance and use their ideas. Several of the quieter children improved in confidence throughout the programme." KS2 teacher
"It was fantastic to be able to interpret a story into a dance - with our own ideas. It's not just a 'girlie' thing and that's important!" Year 5 pupil
A useful guide developed in partnership with Arts Council England, One Dance UK and the National Governors Association.