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- Key Stage 3 - Year 7-9
- Key Stage 4 - GCSE
Dance is a creative, physical subject where pupils have the unique opportunity to express themselves through movement.
Throughout Key Stage 3, Dance is part of the PE National Curriculum. At AGGS, pupils have Dance one lesson per cycle, taught by a specialist Dance teacher. In lessons, pupils will develop their choreography, performance and analysis skills by studying a variety of topics including cross-curricular activities and professional dance works.
In Dance pupils can develop the transferable skills of communication, teamwork, confidence and creativity.
In Year 10, pupils have the opportunity to study Dance to GCSE level. This is an extra-curricular GCSE, studied in one year.
Pupils are offered a huge amount of extra-curricular activities at AGGS, including clubs and workshops at lunchtimes and after school. All extra-curricular activities work towards creating dances for the annual Dance Production in February. For more information, please see the extra-curriclar section.