TURNING WORLDS’ performance projects often have interrelated educational projects running alongside. We really enjoy and value working with young people exploring and expanding the material and themes we are working with and aim to open up opportunities and bridges for them towards further study and horizons.
Schools delivering GCSE, BTEC and A Level dance have cited many advantages from having a TURNING WORLDS visit for workshops:
“Links to professional dance world, dance expertise, to know how graduate dancers get into a dance company and the training they need first, something different, fun. Thanks very much for yesterday’s workshop the students really enjoyed it.”
Michelle Chapman, Stanborough School, Herts
“It was great and the pupils responded well and enjoyed doing something different. Thank you for coming in, it was really useful!”
Rebecca Tyrrell, Comberton College, Cambridgeshire
We seek to give young people first hand experience of performance work with exceptional artists in accessible creative formats, often responding to curriculum themes.
See dancers Natacha Bisarre and Grégoire A. Meyer performing a playful duet with clarinettist Kate Romano at Ashwell School.