International Dance Day

Express Yourself on International Dance Day with First Step PE

Did you know that dance fitness is one of the most popular forms of exercise for all age groups? From 2016 onwards, companies across the market have added innovative new dance fitness-based programmes from Barre to Zumba to their health programmes. Now it’s time to celebrate these group fitness programmes and a wealth of dance styles from across the world this month.

On the 29th of April, we’ll be celebrating International Dance Day. Founded by the International Dance Committee (IDC), it is now celebrated every year on the birthdate of the Jean-Georges Noverre. Noverre is the creator of modern ballet and today, we celebrate the importance that dance plays in breaking down cultural, ethnic and political barriers.

According to the Department of Education, nearly 40% of schools offer cheerleading as a part of their extracurricular activities programmes. Thousands of children across the country have engaged with the sport that marries gymnastics, dance and agility. So what’s your school waiting for? Add cheerleading to your roster today with First Step PE’s Cheerleading and street dance-inspired activities.

First Step PE is always ahead of the curve when it comes to creating engaging programmes. Combining the discipline of cheerleading with urban street dance, we create an inclusive experience that all children will enjoy. Our experienced coaching team take your pupils through an array of steps and cheers designed to get their heart rates up!

If you’re looking for a little flexibility, we can create a cheer programme that suits your needs. Whether you have music you’d like to use or an additional dance style that meets your physical education targets. We can set a balance that’s right for your school.

Get in touch with us for more information on all our dance-related services, and we’ll be happy to work with you to meet your physical activity targets.

Break down barriers this International Dance Day with First Step PE.

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