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Dance

 
The study of Dance is enriched by experiences in Performance, Choreography and Appreciation.  Over the course of study, students are exposed
to a variety of dance genres and develop an awareness of dance in various contexts. 

In this two year course, the major focus is on dance as art while also promoting an understanding of the social and ritual functions.
 
Students will learn to express personal or societal ideas and to tell stories, skills of communication, improvisation and personal problem solving,group decision making, planning and organising activities. To convey ideas to an audience and to develop their personal expressive power through the meaning of dance. To achieve satisfaction through the physical expression of a creative idea and to build self-confidence and physical capabilities. How and why dance is made and techniques used in design. To build their knowledge and understanding of dance in its context. The skills of analysis
interpretation, evaluation and research when critiquing dance and dance works.
  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alison Rexa

Head of Department