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Celebration Dance Competition

dance Virtual Comps

16 September from 9:00am – 30 November until 4:00pm

When:                  Autumn term -entry deadline 30th November 2020

Who for:              Separate competitions for KS1, KS2, KS3 & KS4

Theme:                Friendship & Celebration

Video entry:      1-4 minute in length, any dance style to any music but linking to the theme of friendship and celebration. There are 6 voluntary dance terms to include in your dance – gesture, turn, jump, footwork, stillness, slide. Take a look at the video to give you some ideas and why not try 3 of them?

Next round: The winners from each School Sports Partnership area will be invited to perform at the opening ceremony of a Partnership competition this year and will also be judged by the Cambridgeshire & Peterborough School Games Organising Committee with the chance to perform at the opening ceremony of the county School Games in June.

Fun! We would like all children to enjoy this dance competition and have a positive experience, thinking about the School Games values of self-belief and passion. There will be a County award for the group/school that best demonstrates these values.

This competition is for all children in your school and there are 4 entry categories, KS1, KS2, KS3 & KS4. Teams can consist of any size from 3-30 so small groups, large groups or whole class and can be boys, girls or mixed gender. Video entries can be sent into your School Games Organiser at any time during the Autumn term (deadline 30 Nov), maximum 3 entries per key stage per school. It may be an idea to have an intra school competition and select your entries from this.

Details on how to enter will be released shortly.

SAFEGUARDING

When submitting videos of pupils please ensure that your school photo/video consent policy is followed at all times. No videos submitted as entries into the virtual competitions will be shared publicly. They will only be viewed by the competition organisers and judges.

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