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Dance at Charnwood College

Course description

Why should you consider taking this course?

The dance course is a heavily practical course where both performance, choreography and theory are taught through practical sessions. The practical nature of Dance offers a welcome break from classroom based courses. Dance at Post-16 allows students to develop their dance skills as a performer or choreographer as well as their analytical skills and can be accessed by those who have studied dance previously or students who want to learn more about the art form.

Entry requirements

What qualifications will you need to start this course?

Suitable for all pathways including GCSE grade C or above in Dance, Expressive Arts or similar relevant experience.


How will you be assessed?

Unit 1: 40% written exam

Unit 2: 60% internally assessed, externally moderated

Unit 3: 50% written exam

Unit 4: 50% externally marked practical exam, externally assessed

Future opportunities

What careers could this course help prepare you for?

Professional Dance, Teaching, Entertainment, Movement Therapy, Physiotherapy, Choreographer, Higher Education.

Further information

For further information contact: Miss Rodriguez or Mrs Grundy.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Charnwood College directly.

Last updated date: 01 December 2016

Key information

  • Start date: Next September