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Weekly movement, play and creative dance sessions for children with disabilities and their siblings for ages 5-12. Children are given the freedom to experience, explore and create movement together. With the guidance of our specialist Lead and Support Artists, participants engage in playful activities that support future functioning, learning and health.

*Coming Soon* FREE Taster Workshops for schools and support groups working with disabled children and their families.

Summer Term 2021

Join Digital Dance Ability classes from home!

  • Wednesdays 16.45-17.30h
  • 21 April- 26 May 2020

Classes are £30 for a 6 week block.

Our exceptional teaching team are excited to be delivering weekly digital classes from our Laban studios via Zoom.

Activities will be designed for small, home environments. Participants will need access to a computer or tablet with video and sound to participate. Everyday household items may be used as props within a session. Children will need an active parent/guardian support to participate. Siblings and family members will be encouraged to join in and dance together.


Dance Ability Digital Classes are now available for booking, classes can also be booked weekly at £5 per session. Places are offered on a first come first served basis. To book a space contact the Youth Programme team at youthprogramme@trinitylaban.ac.uk or on 0208 305 9398.

Schools and Support Groups

We are excited to be offering FREE Taster Workshops for schools and support groups working with disabled children and their families.

  • Taster Workshops available Spring and Summer Term 2021
  • Sessions may be offered afterschool and during school hours
  • Families of children are welcome and encouraged to participate where possible
  • Workshops can be offered either at y our school/organisation or on a digital platform

For more information, please contact the Youth Programme team at youthprogramme@trinitylaban.ac.uk.


Does my child need to have been previously enrolled in Dance Ability to join the Digital Dance Classes?

No. Our Digital Dance Classes are open to new families who wish to join, however due to the specific needs of the class, the decision to accept new participants into the class is made by the teacher.

My child is enrolled in Dance Ability, previously attending normal studio based classes. If we do not book the digital classes, will my child lose their place in the normal programme?

Our Digital Dance Classes are for a limited time only, until it is safe for all programmes to return to the studios.

Participating in Digital Dance Classes will be on a first come first served basis. This will not relate to enrolment in our normal studio based classes. We hope to resume our studio based programme as soon as it is safe to have our participants and their families back in our building. We will communicate with all families that would be re-enrolling in the studio based classes when it is clear that we are able to re-open in our usual format.

I am on the waiting list for Dance Ability. If we join the digital dance classes, will I be offered a place on the normal studio-based programme when it is able to restart?

Existing enrolled participants will be offered a place first on our return.

Can my child do a taster session before booking a block?

You have the option to book a singular week as a taster session. Following this you can book the remaining weeks of the term.

Please note that as classes are bookable on a first come-first served basis, we cannot guarantee availability, even if your child has attended the taster session.



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