Dance at schools

Curriculum 21

In the competency area “Performing and Dancing” of the Curriculum 21, dance has become an essential part of school education. The contents of the mandatory curriculum can be covered with our help by accompanying/taking over the three components of body perception, performing-creating, and dancing.


Dance at schools is carried out as part of a project with one or more school classes. Ideally, a gymnasium or multipurpose room is available. Mirrors are not necessary.

Individual programs are discussed upon contact.

valuable experience

For several years, we have been regularly presenting our work at various schools and conducting projects with different school classes. The goal of these workshops is to introduce children and teenagers to dance as an art form, self-exploration, and group formation. The movement-based group dynamics enable positive developments. These workshops are aimed at kindergarten classes, primary school classes, secondary school classes, and gymnasium classes. Prior to the workshop, topics can be discussed, especially for younger classes. The focus is on the joy of movement and learning a choreography.

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