Eight schools to showcase dance skills at Step into Dance performance

PUBLISHED: 11:40 10 April 2017 | UPDATED: 11:40 10 April 2017

Step into Dance

Step into Dance


The Spring Sharings performance will take place at Ravens Wood School on April 24

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Eight Bromley schools from the Step into Dance programme will perform in Spring Sharings.

All the students, aged from 11 to 18 and from both mainstream and SEN schools, receive specialist dance training in a number of styles from Step into Dance, a partnership project between the Royal Academy of Dance and The Jack Petchey Foundation.

The performance will allow pupils to showcase their hard work in front of fellow students, family, and friends.

The opportunity for students to watch their peers perform has proven to be particularly beneficial for the students’ development.

Step into Dance student Mollie Stebbing commented: “The Spring Sharings are the best time of year for me, it is such fun showing other schools what we do – and also seeing what they do. It makes us all work harder and become more confident”.

Schools confirmed to perform at the Bromley Spring Sharings at Ravens Wood School on April 24 include: Hayes School, Coloma Convent Girls’ School, Charles Darwin School, Harris Girls’ Academy Bromley, Parkwood Hall Co-operative Academy, St Thomas More RC Comprehensive School, Ravens Wood School, and Darrick Wood School.

For a full list of the Step into Dance Spring Sharings, visit the Step into Dance website.

All events start at 7pm (finish time: approx. 8.30pm)

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