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We are currently open and able to answer any questions you may have regarding our workshops.

Most of our workshops can be run successfully using social distancing.

Primary Workshops for Schools

Turn Back Time Dance Workshop

The importance of dance throughout the decades has never declined, however the styles of dance have changed dramatically.  This can be best explored during one of our Turn Back Time dance workshops as it not only demonstrates that change but it brings periods of historical importance to life.

From the 1920s to the 2000s people always had different styles of dance to express the way they were feeling.  Our Turn Back Time dance workshop is an excellent opportunity for children to connect to periods of historical importance.  Due to the flexible nature of this workshop, each session can cover a different period and there are so many options to choose from such as:

  • 1920’s – Charleston, Jitterbug
  • 1930’s – Mambo
  • 1940’s – Jive, Swing
  • 1950’s – Rock ‘n’ Roll, Lindy-Hop
  • 1960’s – Twist, Cha-Cha-Cha
  • 1970’s – Disco
  • 1980’s – Hip-Hop
  • 1990’s – Macarena, Line Dance, Lambada
  • Modern – Zumba, Street

Our ‘Turn Back Time’ dance workshop links perfectly with International Weeks.

For more information on our Turn Back Time Dance Workshop, give us a call on 01536 265432 or email us on [email protected].

Workshop Performance

Workshop & Performance

Workshop Sessions:

Up to 8 sessions

Within a ‘Turn Back Time’ workshop, Primary Workshops for Schools can deliver up to 8 dance sessions throughout the school day. There can even be an opportunity for the children to participate in a performance at the end of the day. That way they can showcase the moves they've learned during their session.

Workshop in Action






National Curriculum Links


  • Communication
  • Language Development
  • Physical Development
  • Personal, Emotional & Emotional


  • Speaking & Listening Skills
  • Movement
  • Balance
  • Co-ordination

KS2 (3/4)

  • Co-ordination
  • Agility
  • Balance
  • Ability to perform

KS2 (5/6)

  • Strength
  • Flexibility
  • Technique
  • Movement Patterns

Please note; EYFS taken from EYFS Framework. KS1/KS2 taken from National Curriculum Framework.

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9 Earlstrees Court
Northants, NN17 4AX

01536 265432

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