For Schools

Creative Dance Workshops

Our dance educator inspires your students with workshops designed to develop their understanding of the elements of dance, choreographic techniques, and classical and contemporary dance. The workshop’s close connection with your curriculum is valuable for teachers, while students enjoy learning about how to move and invent dances.

“Pagan is wonderful! How does she have the energy? Our roll has grown so she certainly worked hard that day, but had the kids eating out of her hands , from 5 – 13 years old.” – Maria Higgison Deputy Principal, Our Lady of Kapiti School

“Thanks for offering such a wonderful opportunity to my students! I look forward to seeing their faces when they see the movements they have leant on Thursday at the School Matinee performance.”– Anita Imlach, Rosehill Intermediate School

Introducing RNZB Dance Educator Lucy-Margaux Marinkovich

Example of themes for a workshop:

  • introductory session “What is Ballet?”
  • exploration of the choreography from the current production
  • dance workshop based on our NCEA resources
  • dance workshop focused on a specific topic linked to your student’s classroom activities

You don’t need to be in a town visited by the RNZB; our dance educators will travel everywhere and anywhere.

These workshops can range from an intensive hour to an extended involvement lasting several months.

All our schools workshops support the aims and objectives of the New Zealand Arts Curriculum and are suitable for primary through to NCEA-level students.

Cost: $5 per student (maximum 30 students per session, minimum 10).

How to book:

If you would like to book a dance workshop or discuss the possibility of a school visit, please contact Lucy-Margaux Marinkovich, RNZB Dance Educator on 021 516 961 or lucy@rnzb.org.nz

Coverage of class for school students at Hutt Intermediate, with dancers of The Royal New Zealand Ballet, in August 2014. Part of the RNZB’s Education Programme. RNZB dancer Madeleine Graham dancing with students from Hutt Intermediate School. Photo credit: Stephen A'Court

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