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Dance at Uckfield Community Technology College School Sixth Form

Course description

Students can develop a healthy lifestyle through an awareness of the importance of exercise and training.  They can gain personal experience of performance and choreography.  Students develop skills in leadership, independent learning and gain significant knowledge for the study of Dance in higher education.  They engage in critical thinking about Dance as an art form and study periods of Dance history and professional works.

Students will have the opportunity to visit the theatre to see live professional dance works.  They can also assist with lower school classes and dance clubs.

Course content

Component 1: Students will practically choreograph and perform,

Solo Performance - Linked to a professional dancer or dance genre.

Performance in a quartet

Group Choreography

 

Component 2: Students will study, through theory and practical,

Rooster and Rambert Dance Company &

Singin’ In The Rain and American Jazz Dance

Entry requirements

A GCSE average of 5, including a 5 in Dance GCSE

Assessment

Component 1: Performance and Choreography 50% Practical

Component 2: Critical Engagement 50% Theory

Future opportunities

Performance, choreography, teaching, sports injury treatment and arts administration.

Further information

Students who have not studied Dance at GCSE, but have a lot of experience dancing outside of school will also be considered for this course.Please contact the Course Leader.

 

Course Leader:

 

Emma Chilvers

 

e.chilvers@uckfield.college

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Uckfield Community Technology College School Sixth Form directly.

Last updated date: 26 September 2017
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Key information

  • Start date: Next September
  • Duration: 2 Years

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