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Happy New Year from North East Dance!

Happy New Year from North East Dance!

This month we are very pleased to welcome Sandra Zawadzka and Laura Naylor to our North East Dance team. They will be teaching in schools and leisure centres in Sunderland, South Shields, Gateshead and Newcastle from next week. Our team is always growing as we teach many classes to people of all ages across the North East of England. If you are interested in applying please email clare@northeastdance.com or ring 0191 5657270 for more information.

Update added: 3rd January, 2019

Lovely feedback from Broom Cottages Primary and Nursery School in Durham.

Lovely feedback from Broom Cottages Primary and Nursery School in Durham.

Thank you so much for visiting our school. Our school is starting to engage in the ‘Active 30’ initiative and the children thoroughly enjoyed the session. From having the session, they have asked if they could create a routine for their next ‘Active 30’ session. All children actively participated in the session and their confidence grew throughout the session. Having Kane as the leader was very helpful as he really appealed to the boys and prevented the stereotype that ‘dancing is for girls’. Thank you so much! – J. Wheatley

Update added: 13th December, 2018

FREE ADULT LEARNING COURSES!!

FREE ADULT LEARNING COURSES!!

We are now taking January bookings for our FREE Adult learning Courses which are funded by Durham County Council. Our FREE courses are: Let's All Boogie: This is for adults with their toddlers aged 18 months - 4 years old. The adults will learn skills so develop their child's listening, social skills, coordination and much more through dance and movement. Boogie Some More: This course is also for adults and their toddlers and this is a progression course from 'Let's All Boogie' Step Forward: This is an adults dance or fitness class which also helps increase confidence, increase physical activity, improve coordination and much more. Step Higher: This course is a progression from the 'Step Forward' course. HALO: Health And Learning Opportunities - This course was designed for those who have been victims of domestic violence. However this course can be delivered to other groups with additional needs.

Update added: 23rd November, 2018

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