Dance Department Awards Spring 2

Dance Department Awards Spring 2


Eliz Noyan
Eliz Noyan
Dance Department Awards Spring 2

The Dance Department’s Student Awards were created to award students from all years and key stages for their commitments, efforts, improvements and successes at the end of every half term. The winners are rewarded with an R4, postcard home and placed on the Dance Student Award display board which is located in the Dance office and pictured below.

Spring 2 term winners are….

‘Best Student Homework’ award this term has been divided between Adam Szertics (7W) and Kyle MacPherson (7E) for their brilliant home learning tasks submitted this term. They completed choreography based on Singin in the Rain and even got their family members involved!

Most Improved Dancer‘ awards have been awarded to:

  1. Maanav Shah (7A)
  2. Harry Cooper (8S)
  3. Lottie Slight (9M)

‘Outstanding Dancer’ awards are presented to one student from each key stage. Congratulations to the following students:

  1. Rebecca Latham (7B) – Key Stage 3
  2. Acsharah Rajendran (10B) – Key Stage 4
  3. Alex Pickles (13A) – Key Stage 5

Well done to all the award winners. Keep up the brilliant work!

Want to win a Dance Department Award?
The Dance ‘Are You Up For The Challenge?’ tasks are on display in the hall to help challenge and further develop your progress. Choose either a dance style or choreographer from the pockets and complete the tasks set.

You can still complete this from home! Send me an email at [email protected] and I will send you a dance style or choreographer.

By handing in an Are You Up For The Challenge task you could be in line to win one of the Dance Department’s awards next term!

Have a lovely Easter break!

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