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					WORKSHOP          TITLE                                            SYNOPSIS



                                   This workshop explores the teaching styles, processes and techniques
                                   involved in creating "Geometrix", a 12 minute dance piece performed by
  A1 P     The Creative Process
                                   King Edward VI School under the direction of Bim Malcolmson from the
                                   Royal Ballet School.




                                 A practical workshop that explores a thematic approach to dance teaching at
                 ‘Graffiti’
                                 late KS2 through to transition into KS3. How to differentiate for gifted and
  A2 P     Later KS2- transition
                                 talented dancers at KS3. Included in Workshop 1. Differentiation strategies
                                 for Gifted & Talented Performers




                                  A practical workshop that explores a thematic approach to dance teaching at
                                  KS1. Stories provide an invaluable framework for dance at KS1 and are a
                 Stories
                                  vehicle for allowing young people to develop dance skills and knowledge. The
  A3 P             Ks1
                                  stories may come from books or the teacher’s or children's imagination. This
                                  workshop will cover ways of using and developing stories to cover the QCA
                                  expectations whilst having fun and initiating cross curricular links.




                                  A workshop that explores practical solutions to extending the more able
  A4 P         Primary G+T
                                  young people
WORKSHOP           TITLE                                            SYNOPSIS



                                  This Practical workshop provides practical solutions to engage disinterested
  B1 P          Your Sport
                                  young people through intra school performance opportunities




            Tracking' Using a     StopGAP's professional dancers will be demonstrating how to use their
  B2 P
            professional work     integrated dance repertoire to stimulate inspirational dance in KS4 classes.




             Inspiring creative   This practical workshop explores innovative techniques to stimulate creative
  B3 P
               choreography       choreography



                                This practical workshop demonstrates innovative methods of using dance to
             Raising Standards
  B4 P                          raise standards in core subjects by delivering English Literature Anthology
           through Dance at KS4
                                through dance and movement


WORKSHOP          2TITLE                                            SYNOPSIS



   C1           Dance links       This session will provides innovative solutions to widening participation
             An Instruction to   This session will provide an overview of U.Dance, including the reasons why it
              U.Dance – the      was developed and how schools and School Sports Partnerships can become
   C2         National Dance     involved. U.Dance forms the dance equivalent of the National Competition
               Performance       Framework and since its launch in September 2008, has involved over 1,200
                Framework        schools and more than 30,000 children and young people.




             Boys dance out of   An exploration of engaging activities to entice boys to continue to dance
   C3
                   hours         beyond the curriculum.



                                  East London Dance presents a workshop exploring how you can use the
                                  London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games to inspire your dance teaching
           Inspiring dance within and activities. The session will include a demonstration of DansAthletic: A
  C4
                     KS3          Teacher’s Resource and draw on practical examples of how school sports
                                  partnerships and teachers have used this resource to develop their own
                                  dance programmes.
WORKSHOP           TITLE                                           SYNOPSIS




             Effective Subject   This workshop aims to look at the challenges faced by Schools and seeks to
   D1
                Leadership       find solutions to improve delivery.
                                 YDance publishes a range of CD-Rom based resources aimed at supporting
                                 teachers in using dance with young people. The latest technology is
                                 employed in a new DVD-Rom – Choreographic, aimed at students and
   D2       Dance Technology     teachers, offering a comprehensive Study Centre, video, music and a unique
                                 choreographic animation tool. This workshop will introduce you to this
                                 exciting new resource. A guide to using the most up to date technology to
                                 create and inform dance performance and teaching.


                              The Great Sport Dance Programme is essentially made up of combinations of
                              movements taken from sport and dance training. These movements have
             The Great Sport
                              been developed using dance performance and training methods to form
           Dance Programme,
   D3                         kinetic chains of fitness enhancing movement. Done to music, Great Sport
           KS2, choreographed
                              Dance becomes a fun and challenging way of developing fitness either in
            by Julie Campbell
                              order to enhance sport/dance training or as a workout programme in its own
                              right.



                                 Introduction to the new JAE Framework and how to apply it to dance. This
                                 session will look at the context of the JAEf within the Gifted and Talented
            G+T Identification
   D4                            strand of PESSYP. It will focus on the four pillar approach to recognise, guide,
                using JAE
                                 support and inspire your young talented performers and explore the new
                                 resources for JAEf.



WORKSHOP          TITLE                                             SYNOPSIS


                'Top tips for    This workshop will offer guidance around some of the most popular
   E1      delivering accredited accredited courses and provide you with some quick win mechanisms to
              courses at KS4     ensure attainment is achieved through successful teaching and learning.’
                                 I recently wrote a case study entitled ' Hartford High School aims to develop
                                 a personalised learning experience in Dance to enable all pupils the
                Developing       opportunities to progress, achieve and participate.' The underpinning
   E2      personalised learning rationale was to raise standards by focusing teaching and learning on the
              through Dance      aptitudes and interest of pupils and to remove any barriers to learning. The
                                 workshop will look at the various strategies that were used, how they link
                                 with the department's SEF and highlights achievement across key stage 3 & 4.



                                  Introduction to the new JAE Framework and how to apply it to dance. This
                                  session will look at the context of the JAEf within the Gifted and Talented
             G+T Identification
   E3                             strand of PESSYP. It will focus on the four pillar approach to recognise, guide,
                 using JAE
                                  support and inspire your young talented performers and explore the new
                                  resources for JAEf.



                                  This workshop will explore what and who is available to support the dance
            Supporting the non teacher and where to find and access this information. It will also look at
   E4         specialist dance    ways of using current resources and material to support teaching and discuss
           teacher in your school possible strategies that could be adopted and adapted by the teacher.
                                  Existing examples of good practice will be shared with delegates.



WORKSHOP           TITLE                                             SYNOPSIS
            Using 'The Dance      The Dance Spectrum' was created by myself and developed from the
           Spectrum' to include   Inclusion Spectrum ( Black 1996 Winnick 2000). It is a flexible tool for
   F1
             all pupils in your   teachers to ensure accessibility for all young people. The workshop will
              dance lesson.       explore use of 'The Dance Spectrum' as a strategy for differentiating lessons.



            Creating inclusive
   F2                             Top tips to ensure your lessons are always inclusive
              opportunities



              Using Creative
                                 An exploration of tracking and monitoring strategies to ensure all young
   F3      approaches to raising
                                 people reach their full potential.
                standards




                                  A step by step guide to G&T ID at Primary level. How to differentiate dance
   F4          Primary G+T        for gifted and talented dancers at KS2 Included in the Workshop 1.
                                  Differentiation Strategies for Gifted & talented Performers




WORKSHOP           TITLE                                            SYNOPSIS
                           YDance publishes a range of CD-Rom based resources aimed at supporting
                           teachers in using dance with young people. The latest technology is
                           employed in a new DVD-Rom – Choreographic, aimed at students and
G1    Dance Technology
                           teachers, offering a comprehensive Study Centre, video, music and a unique
                           choreographic animation tool. This workshop will introduce you to this
                           exciting new resource.



                           This workshop will share Freefall Dance Company’s workshop style and
      Raising Standards    structure and their approach of dovetailing the principles of ballet training
G2    through effective    and community dance facilitation. Themes will include working from the
        partnerships       strengths of the individual and finding creative and accessible methods of
                           traditional ballet teaching.




        How to create
     partnerships to raise A schools demonstration highlighting the benefits of partnership working to
G3
     standards and widen raise standards and widen participation
         participation
              Dance and Sport        A case study demonstrating a successful dance and sport partnership project
    G4
              Working Together       across the schools in south Leeds




NETWORKING           TITLE                                             SYNOPSIS

                                     A fun packed, fast paced session which demonstrates how trainer and
                 Dance CPD
                                     participates can get the best value out of CPD. Blending theory and practice
                 Maximising
                                     Andrea will offer techniques, processes and inspiration to guide you towards
   H1a       Opportunities both as
                                     the ultimate goal of CPD which is to continually increase the opportunities for
                Provider and
                                     you and those you teach. This session is a great networking opportunity to
                 Participant
                                     discuss available CPD opportunities for specialists and non specialists alike.
                                     Support resources will be available.

                                     this workshop will outline how a School Sport Partnership and the local dance
                                     agency have worked together to create two successful dance companies. It
               Creating a dance      will go into detail about how we recruited and selected the children and the
   H1b
                  company            programme they have followed, including the types of performance
                                     opportunities they have had. Plans for the future will also be discussed in
                                     light of a new gifted and talented project.
                          Co-tutored with Sue Cooper from Essentially Dance, this network opportunity
                          will outline how a School Sport Partnership provides a support package for
                          non specialist dance teachers (KS 1-5) in schools through a variety of ways.
                          Examples will include the use of a new resource from Essentially Dance,
      Supporting the non working with the local dance agency, CPD and mentoring. Essentially Dance
H2a    specialist In your is a resource aimed at the non dance specialist to enable Latin American and
            school        Ballroom dancing to be introduced into the NC for PE to include every young
                          person. The impact has been evaluated by Roehampton University and is
                          indicating improvements in youngster’s fitness and health, social skills, self
                          esteem and self confidence and has broken down gender barriers across all
                          key stages.



                           The Level 1 Award in Dance Leadership is being delivered to more than 8000
                           students in schools and Colleges across the UK. This is a great networking
                           opportunity to find out more about the Award, how it can link into other
                           programmes and agendas within your organisation and how it links into Step
                           Into Sport and with Sports Leaders other qualifications such as The Level 1
                           Award in Sports Leadership. An informative session to share good practice
                           regarding how the Dance Leadership Award has been introduced and
      Level 1 Award in     developed in the secondary school and its community. The session will give
H2b
      Dance Leadership     an overview of the impact that the award has on pupils and its benefits to
                           schools, teachers and the wider community. The session is a great
                           networking opportunity for all SSCOs, PE & Dance teachers and associated
                           practitioners. You will get the chance to speak to Sophie Peerbux who is a
                           Tutor for the Award, a Local Tutor Trainer and whose students recently
                           performed in the Senedd building of the Welsh Assembly. you will also get
                           the chance to speak with Rebecca Corden who is our External Verifier and
                           Rob Guy who is our Regional Manager
                          A network opportunity to discuss the most up to date technology to create
H3a   Dance technology
                          and inform dance performance and teaching




      An Instruction to   This session will provide an overview of U.Dance, including the reasons why it
       U.Dance – the      was developed and how schools and School Sports Partnerships can become
H3b    National Dance     involved. U.Dance forms the dance equivalent of the National Competition
        Performance       Framework and since its launch in September 2008, has involved over 1,200
         Framework        schools and more than 30,000 children and young people.




      Creating a dance    A network opportunity to discuss effective processes in setting up a dance
H4a
         show case        show case event




H4b     Dance Links       A network that provides solutions to widening participation
                 DELIVERER                        CONTACT DETAILS




                                                Holly Stubbings Dance
                                                  Co-ordinator King
                                                  Edward VI School


The Royal Ballet School/King Edward VI School



                                                      Dance Lead
                                                 Practitioner Windsor
                                                  High Sports College


              Cara Mclaughlin


                                                     Dance Lead
                                                    Practitioner at
                                                   Chipping Norton
                                                        School

               Claire Wallace



                                                   Dance Teacher
                                                Windsor Sports College


                Laura Harris
      DELIVERER             CONTACT DETAILS




                               Alex Scotcher



Total Dance, Danny Price



                                 StopGAP


       StopGAP



                               Alex Scotcher


Total Dance, Danny Price

                                Dance Lead
      Sue Hagan            Practitioner Glenburn
                               Sports College


      DELIVERER             CONTACT DETAILS




     Julia Williams        Youth Dance England
                    Youth Dance England



Claire Somerville



                      Dudley Performing
                        Arts College


 Laura Simmons



                       Polly Risbridger


East London Dance
   DELIVERER        CONTACT DETAILS




                      Failsworth Sports
                           College


  Suzy Murray
                                      Carolyn Lappin - Y
                                            Dance



          Carolyn Lappin




                                         Dance SSCo



 Karin Smurthwaite & Julie Campbell




                                      Youth Sport Trust



  Emma Cannell & Tracey Healey

            DELIVERER                 CONTACT DETAILS



                                      Caistor High School


Emma Preston - Youth Dance England
                                Hartford High Sports
                                      College



        Julia Harries




                                 Youth Sport Trust



Emma Cannell & Tracey Healey



                                     Dance Lead
                               Practitioner at Hamble
                                        School


        Mandy Quill

         DELIVERER              CONTACT DETAILS
                           Youth Sport Trust




Merie Eglesfield- Hope

         TBC




                            Subject Leader
                           Cavendish Sports
  Debbie Woodard               College


                            Dance Lead
                           Practitioner at
                           Windsor Sports
                              College

  Cara McLaughlin

     DELIVERER           CONTACT DETAILS
                                             Carolyn Lappin - Y
                                                   Dance


            Carolyn Lappin




                                                Merie Hope



  Lee Fisher - Birmingham Royal Ballet




                                           Holly Stubbings Dance
                                             Co-ordinator King
                                             Edward VI School




The Royal Ballet School & King Edward VI
       School - Holly Stubbings
                                                 Sue Pennycook



Leeds PCT, Sue Pennycooke and Brychan Jones

                DELIVERER                     CONTACT DETAILS




                                               Dance in Education
                                                  Services Ltd



              Andrea Mallen


                                                  Dance Lead
                                               Practitioner Derby
                                               Moor Community
                                                     College

               Libby Bridge
                                                Dance Lead
                                             Practitioner Derby
                                             Moor Community
                                                   College




         Libby Bridge & Sue cooper




Sophie Peerbux, Rebecca Corden & Rob Guy -
            Sports Leaders UK                Sports Leaders UK
                                        Carolyn Lappin - Y
                                              Dance


          Carolyn Lappin




                                       Youth Dance England



         Claire Somerville



                                        St. Philip Howard
                                         Sports College


    Mel Bowler & Sarah Smith



                                       Youth Dance England


Julia Williams - Youth Dance England

				
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