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In addition to our own schools programme, our dance and music faculty teams are able to work with you to design a bespoke project for your school.

Be it a one-off dance or music workshop or a more long term creative residency or partnership, we can work with you to design a project based around your pupils' needs and interest, with a curriculum focus, and to meet your school's budget and resources.

To discuss your ideas for developing music, dance or combined music and dance collaborative projects in your school, contact our teams:

Dance in Secondary Schools/FE

Our programme includes a wide range of projects and workshop opportunities for secondary schools to support their dance curriculum and signpost young people to youth dance and progression opportunities such as the Dance Centre for Advanced Training (CAT).

Katy Gawadzyn
E: k.gawadzyn@trinitylaban.ac.uk   
T: +44 (0)20 8305 9419

Dance in Primary Schools

Our highly regarded programme for primary schools aims to support dance in the curriculum, improving the quality of PE, raising achievement and encouraging more pupils to be physically active. Taught by specialist dance teachers from Trinity Laban, we can offer both curriculum projects and CPD sessions, both of which can help you to fulfil the requirements for the PE and Sports premium funding.

Rebecca Denby
E: r.denby@trinitylaban.ac.uk 
T: +44(0)20 8305 9478

Music in Primary and Secondary Schools

Our project work in individual schools takes many forms: delivering intensive creative projects over several weeks; bringing performance ensembles into schools, and schools into Trinity Laban rehearsals and events; and providing student placements to support music activities. In particular, we have a close strategic relationship with our four local music hubs, and are developing long-term partnerships with several targeted schools across Greenwich and Lewisham.

Dearbhaile Nairn
E: d.nairn@trinitylaban.ac.uk 
T: +44 (0)20 8305 4378