Boogie Pumps in your school
Boogie Pumps clubs are a fantastic way to supplement curriculum teaching, offering weekly lunchtime and after school sessions within dance, drama, musical theatre or zumba. This can help extend your pupils learning outside of the normal school day and help them to grow as individuals while doing something they enjoy. Not only will pupils build new friendships and skills but they will also increase their confidence and develop creative ability.
The new skills pupils learn through dance and movement not only improve fitness and flexility but also aid developmental and motor skills. Pupils will be taught the basic elements of dance technique through fun exercises and creative teaching practise. Pupils will work with their teacher to develop routines for performances (if required) and classes can be provided in may dance styles.
In addition to dance classes we can also provide drama teachers to cover a range of class styles. Whether you are looking for fun, confidence building sessions or LAMDA syllabus we can cater for your pupils aged 2 – 18 years.
Our lunchtime and after-school clubs are flexible and can be tailored to suit the requirements of your school/pupils. All students at Boogie Pumps are part of a big family and get invited to be in performances, camps, and parties.
Who is it for?
Boogie Pumps clubs are suitable for all ages from primary to secondary level education.
Our teachers are experience and qualified in their specialist fields and all hold DBS checks..
As well as teaching their regular classes or workshops, our teachers are also available for demonstrations at your school fair, assemblies, health week and many other occasions.
“…I have had the good fortune to work with Hannah and the Boogie Pumps team for several years and the joy they bring to the students (and staff), whether in the Morning or after school clubs, is invaluable. We encourage participation in Boogie Pumps not just for exercise and health benefits but also developing confidence. Highly recommended and a pleasure to work with.”