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TT1819 Cultural Catalogue

PRIMARY-SPECIFIC OFFERS

PRIMARY-SPECIFIC OFFERS • Provide a piano for use in the ROH-led dance workshops • In collaboration with ROH and the Associate Dance Practitioner, organise a parents’ event and sharing (March 2019) • Send out invitations to pupils’ families who have been chosen to attend the weekly creative ballet classes (February/March 2019) invitation template provided by the Royal Opera House • Help to distribute and collect evaluation forms and data (February/July 2019) A member of the school’s SLT is nominated to attend planning meetings, CPD, parents’ info event and final sharing. What happens at the end? Chance to Dance school projects work towards an informal sharing for parents and pupils from other year groups to enable year 3 pupils to share their work with others and gain the experience of performing. Other Resources/Support We will provide a concise resource pack to accompany the teachers CPD session. The schools and parents will receive a welcome pack with information about the Chance to Dance programme. Year 3 teachers will be directed to classroom resources on the ROH Learning Platform for ongoing delivery with their pupils. Costs £840 74

PRIMARY-SPECIFIC OFFERS Royal Opera House Project Name Create and Dance: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland About the Project This year, the Royal Opera House (ROH) will be piloting Create and Dance: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, in Thurrock. The 10-week programme combines classroombased and digital activities to give KS1-2 students an introduction to dance. With strong curriculum links, the programme aims to give children a better understanding of ballet; developing new physical skills and unlocking their imagination and creativity. Teachers do not need any previous dance knowledge in order to take part. Beginning with a one-day CPD that explores creative dance in the classroom, teachers are guided through the process of creating a short original dance with their class. ROH also provide schemes of work that are designed to be used alongside a series of short films, for you to show in the classroom at the beginning of each weekly lesson. The films are stimuli to the creative process, introducing The Royal Ballet, repertoire and a range of dance techniques. ROH will also be piloting a process to relay a performance of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland directly into your classroom or school hall – with the aim to increase the number of students that will see The Royal Ballet perform one of their signature pieces. Students also have the opportunity to share their experience with other schools at the Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland Sharing. KS1 and KS2. Suitability Could be adapted for EYFS and SEN. Schools can deliver this project with as many KS1-2 classes as they wish. 75