Studying dance develops creativity, teamwork, confidence, critical thinking, self-discipline, physical health and the ability to work collaboratively—all beneficial in any 21st century career path and quality of life.

Our aim as a department is to provide students with opportunities to improve their physical, technical, expressive and metal skills. We study various genres and styles of dance and look at their place in history as well as dances place in society. Dance is a communal activity as well as a performance art and we aim to challenge all students to be the best they can be as choreographers, performers and appreciators of the art form, whilst enjoying the opportunity to move and express themselves with confidence.