Lots of our work is deliberately designed to tie in with curriculum topics. For examples of this please see the quick guide below. 

 We offer 30 minute specials of some of our dance workshops for nursery. 


Reception to KS2
Our Man on the Moon dance workshop, one of the options of Bringing Books to Life, makes the whole of the primary age range move like they're in outer space!


EYFS and KS1
Our Bringing Books to Life dance workshop, inspired by Eric Carle's The Very Hungry Caterpillar a popular choice for exploring growing

Black History Month

Reception to KS2
Sweet Clara and the Freedom Quilt, another stimulus for our Bringing Books to Life dance workshops, is an eye-opening choice for October - when we celebrate Black History Month.


Reception and KS1
Our Mini Musical dance workshop of The Lion King provides a sensory exploration of sounds, movements and a story from Africa

Anti-bullying and Friendship

Reception to KS2
Dance is a highly collaborative activity and so any number of our dance workshops could be used. We particularly recommend Friendship and Teamwork for anti-bullying weeks.


Reception to KS2
Children create a dance exploring favourite british pastimes to favourite british tunes! This workshop celebrates the Best of British, and has also been a popular choice to include in 'international' or 'around the world' weeks.

Traditional Tales

Reception to KS2 
This year we bring you two versions of Aladdin: the pantomime version of The Arabian Nights from The Book of One Thousand and One Nights and a dance workshop - the energetic alternative to pantomime! 

Reception to KS2 
Our Scrooge dance workshop brings a fun and festive twist to Dickens' traditional novel A Christmas Carol.

These choices invite new ways to explore traditional tales.  


Michael Morpurgo's The Butterfly Lion tells the story of Bertie, and his time in the First World War. This dance workshop is an all-time favourite for the upper primary age range.