Street Dance Club

Our three Street Dance Clubs are led by Miss Richards from Warriorz Performing Arts Academy. At lunchtimes, our Year 2, Year 3/4 and Year 5/6 groups meet, with around 70 children throwing themselves energetically into sessions where they develop both their moves and choreography skills. At the end of each term, all 3 clubs take part in performances in front of the whole school, and we also take place in cross-town events where members of our clubs can perform in front of larger audiences.


Latest news:

  • This term, our lunchtime clubs have been back up and running, with 3 separate clubs for Year 1/2, Year 3/4 and Year 5/6 taking place on Fridays. Over 60 children have taken part, learning several routines, developing their freestyle skills - and generally having a brilliant time, with everyone throwing themselves wholeheartedly into every session. 
  • In the penultimate week of term, each group showed-off the moves and techniques they’ve been working on to the rest of their phase at the end of their final session. Their fantastic routines wowed friends, classmates and teachers, and encouraged lots more of us to give Street Dance a go next term!  
  • During Sports Week, the entire school took part in Street Dance workshops run by Warriorz. We loved learning new moves and being given the chance to combine these to develop routines of our own! 

"Pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) are well supported… Teachers know how to adapt the curriculum and provide precise support."

Ofsted report, 2022