Thanks to the children and teachers at Peakirk Cum Glinton Primary School for permission to use the photographs.
Photos: Daniel Clarke (click on a photo for a full sized version).
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green bean dance
green bean dance, the learning strand of Made By Katie Green, work in diverse learning environments, teaching children, young people and adults, and contributing:
- our imagination, energy and playfulness
- our professionalism
- our wealth of experience in teaching individuals from primary to professional level
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What we offer you:
- tailor-made dance days or weeks
- imaginative and challenging ways of playing with movement
- opportunities for all individuals to develop and perform their own work
- specialist tutor support
- live performances of professional dance
- strategies to integrate dance within the curriculum
From 2008 to 2012 green bean dance has delivered dance activities in a broad variety of settings including: Tate Britain, The Place (London), Laban (London), Roehampton University (London), for Youth Dance England (London, Young Creatives scheme and U.Dance 2012), Deda (Derby), University Campus Suffolk (Ipswich), Julian's Primary School (London), Dance4 (Nottingham, including for the Dance4 CAT), Lincoln University, Northampton University, Queens' College (Cambridge), for Stowmarket and Soham Youth Dance / CAT Groups (Suffolk, DanceEast), for artsNK in North Kesteven and Lincolnshire Dance, the Robert Manning Technology College (Lincolnshire), Bourne Grammar School (Lincolnshire), Barnack Primary School (Peterborough), and the Welland School of Dancing (Lincolnshire).
Please contact us for copies of company statements and policy documents including Philosophy of Teaching, Health and Safety and Inclusion policies. All green bean dance facilitators have Enhanced CRB Disclosure Certificates and Public Liability Insurance. Katie Green has also completed the Diploma for Dance Teaching and Learning (Children and Young People).