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Duo Street Dance Challenge

Age / School Type:
  • Special / alternative provision
  • Secondary
Setting / Time of Day:
  • Active Breaks (Activities that can be completed in less than 10 minutes)
  • Active Start (Activities for young people before school)
  • Active Lunchtime (Activities that can be completed in less than 30 minutes)
  • After School (Extra curricular club/competition based activities)
  • Active Learning (Delivery of the curriculum through the physical)
  • Summer Activities (Activities that can be delivered in summer schools)
  • Active Sports Day (Activities that can be delivered in sports days)
  • NSSW (Activities to celebrate National School Sport Week)
  • At home (Activities that are suitable for at home)
Delivered by:
  • Teacher
  • School staff
  • Young Leaders
  • Parents
  • Self led by young people

UDOIT Dance Foundation aim to inspire, engage and empower children and young people through street dance, making sure all opportunities are inclusive for everyone to enjoy. 

Street Dance is a great way to engage young people in fun physical activity, that stimulates the mind & body helping to improve their physical and mental health. Street Dance can help improve coordination, memory, musicality, strength and cardiovascular fitness, whilst harnessing their creativity, imagination & confidence. 

The routine is broken down into smaller parts and is able to be differentiated.  

Space

  • All you need is enough space to move around. 

Time

  • 20 minutes but can be accessed in shorter parts.

Equipment 

  • Music 
  • Access to the video

People

  • Any group size
  • The activities are designed to be worked on in pairs. 
  • Aimed at secondary school pupils. 

 Give your pupils the chance to learn the iconic duo that Afro Pierre showcased on Sky One's "Got to Dance".

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