primarySTEPS pupils in local performances

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As well as travelling to Covent Garden to dance at The Royal Ballet School, this summer primarySTEPS pupils have been busy taking part in performances closer to home.

On Sunday 27 July, pupils fromour Blackpool primarySTEPs classes (levels 2 and 3) were invited to perform alongside students on the Centre for Advanced Training at the Lowry, Salford Quays, in their end-of-year performance entitled Flux: State of Change.

They were excited to see primarySTEPS graduates Zac Crowe and Chloe Shaw doing so well on the CAT, and they performed their dance beautifully.

On Thursday 3 July, Bury primarySTEPS children (levels 1, 2 and 3) travelled to DanceEast in Ipswich to perform in the Suffolk Schools Jam alongside students from King Edward VI School and other local primary schools. All the children performed outstandingly and were a credit to primarySTEPS.

On Monday 7 July, our Dagenham students (levels 2 and 3) took part in Carnival, a celebration of primary youth dance at the Broadway Theatre in Barking. It was an exciting programme of work and primarySTEPS children rose to the occasion, presenting their dances with poise and skill.

On Sunday 27 June, the Mansfield primarySTEPS pupils (levels 2 and 3) showed their dances at TOLfest, at The Old Library Theatre in Mansfield. In an interesting evening of work, the primarySTEPS children danced with impressive confidence and enjoyment.

On Tuesday 15 July, Swindon Level 3 performed in Dancing Pathways at Swindon Dance, in a showcase of young talent which included numerous primarySTEPS dancers past and present accessing high quality dance training at Swindon Dance in Steps2, Stereotype Boyz and the Centre for Advanced Training (Youth Dance Academy).

Find out more about our work with primary schools.