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Prospects Fraternity was founded in September 2016 to teach children the art of dance and performance.

 

We offer a curriculum to stimulate a student’s enthusiasm for self expression and help to build their abilities as performers whilst keeping fit and active, exercising bodies and minds.

 

Our dance curriculum promotes a positive attitude toward physical education and the arts while encouraging students to improve on their focus, awareness, balance, confidence, creativity, teamwork, coordination and most importantly their respect for others.

 

Opportunity for students to join the Prospects Fraternity, with the chances to perform abroad, alongside celebrities, in major well known venues as well as TV opportunities.

 

 

Curriculum

BASIC MOVEMENT

1.     Demonstrate ability to use perceptual and movement skills to master and respond to dance

2.     Explore different types of dance

3.     Perform movement to express and communicate meaning

4.     Participate in the creative process of a dance routine.

 

HISTORICAL, CULTURAL & SOCIAL APPLICATIONS

1.     Explore, perform, and create dances from various historical, cultural, and social genres

2.     Explore hip hop, ballet, musical theater, contemporary, and music from different times periods

3.     Demonstrate ability to relate dance to other disciplines (sports, dance, yoga, etc.)

4.     Explore the importance of maintaining a healthy lifestyle rich in physical as well as cultural experiences.

 

AESTHETICS

1.     Learn to identify and analyze dance aesthetics to help develop critical and creative thinking skills

2.     Create dances, develop costumes and design sets.

 

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

1.     Develop personal and interpersonal skills through dance

2.     Work respectfully, safely, and cooperatively with peers in a collaborative setting

3.     Serve as a role model by participating in dance classes and performing in schoolwide productions

4.     Gain appreciation for stretching and understand the importance of injury prevention.

Primary Schools

Number of classes per week: 1

Minutes per class: 60 including warm up and stretch

End of term performance rehearsals: 2 classes per week during last 2 weeks

 

Secondary Schools

Number of classes per week: 1

Minutes per class: 60

End of term performance rehearsals: 2 classes per week during last 2 weeks