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Haygrove School has presented it’s second annual ‘Stepping Out’ Dance Showcase featuring performances from students of all ages. The celebration event was prompted by the enthusiasm for dance amongst students that teacher Miss Louise Hannaby found when she joined Haygrove School in 2016. With the launch of GCSE Dance at the school in 2017, which has proven very popular with 15 dedicated and enthusiastic students preparing for their GCSE assessments next year, this year’s showcase was bigger and more ambitious than before. Classical ballet and tap-dance sequences where mixed with modern dance solo’s and ensemble performance and the evening provided an opportunity for the cast of the school’s forthcoming ‘mash up’ musical production to premiere songs from ‘Aladdin’ and ‘Matilda’.
‘Wow, what an amazing amount of dance talent we have at Haygrove School,” said Headteacher Mr Aaron Reid who attended the event. “Dance and drama are such important parts of the curriculum and I am proud that our students and staff work so hard in their spare time to put on such wonderful events for us all to enjoy!”