Year 9 Foundation: Dance

Activities to support your learning

New Summer Learning
It’s important to keep your brain physically active during the summer holiday, in order for you to be ready when you start your dance course in Year 10. Click the links below for  activities that you can complete over summer.

Summer Leaning Dance Activities - Pack 2

Summer Leaning Dance Activities - Pack 1


Lesson 8 - Shadows
Click here to access the resources to accompany this lesson.
Watch the online lesson below and complete the relevant tasks.


Lesson 7 - Comparisons of Styles
Click here to access the resources to accompany this lesson.
Watch the online lesson below and complete the relevant tasks.


Lesson 6 - Jazz
Watch the online lesson below and complete the relevant tasks. Then complete the quiz at www.quizizz.com/join with code 527518.


Lesson 5 - Hip Hop
Watch the online lesson below and complete the relevant tasks.


Lesson 4 - Dance Skills Contemporary
Watch the online lesson below and complete the relevant tasks. Then complete the quiz at www.quizizz.com/join with code 438036.


Lesson 3 - Analysing the Greatest Showman
Watch the online lesson below and complete the relevant tasks.


Lesson 2 - Jazz - Sing Sing Sing
Watch the online lesson below and complete the relevant tasks.


Rambert Home Studio - Technique class for GCSE dance pupils
This is a really useful resource for pupils who will be studying BTEC Dance. There will be dance classes running every Tuesday and Thursday at 2pm. Click the link above to find out more.


eLearning Pack 2: 6th - 19th April
Click the link above the access the new work for you to complete.


Click the link below to access documents that will help you prepare for the 1 Year Accelerated BTEC Tech Performing Arts: Dance with Miss Keohane.

Dance: Foundation Learning


Read the document titled 'Dance Foundation Learning' as this contains instructions on how to complete the tasks. 

There are 18 lessons which you will need to follow in order.

documentSending your work to your teacher

You can send either a file (eg. a Word file or PowerPoint file) or a photograph of your handwritten work to your teacher.

You can send your message from any email account - it doesn't have to be your school account.

Make sure you include your name and your teacher's name in the subject of the email.

Send your email to:

performingartsteacher@carrmanor.org.uk

Your teacher will then reply to you on the email address you emailed them from, so please make sure you are checking your emails.

If you need help with this, please click here.