A new dance class at DanceEast that may be of interest...

A new dance class at DanceEast that may be of interest...

Jan 25, 2018
DanceEast - Springboard for Tots!

Please read on for a new dance class at DanceEast that you may be interested in...

Please note this is an external event at DanceEast, and there is a cost to attend.

When?               
Tuesdays, 11am - 12noon (term time only)
How much?         
£6.00 per session 
Where?               
DanceEast, Foundry Lane, Ipswich, IP4 1DW
Who?                 
Delivered by Sarah Franklin who has extensive experience in teaching dance to young people through to adults who may have learning and/or movement difficulties.

About Springboard for Tots!
This class will allow your little ones to discover movement skills and has a creative focus. The class is accessible for children with additional needs and their carers/parents.

Dancing is creative and a great form of expression and this class is designed to enhance children’s physical and social engagement through movement, music and stories. Tutors have extensive experience teaching dance to young people through to adults with learning and movement difficulties. This class helps children adapt to different situations and it assists with their social, creative and physical development.

Join in and share their enjoyment; there is an emphasis on nurturing relationships between the adult and the child as well as developing the child’s movement.

How to book

Please visit the DanceEast website or call ​the box office on 01473 295230.




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