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Published 14th Mar 2018

take part in middlesbrough schools dance festival

TIN Arts are delighted to invite schools from across Middlesbrough to take part in the 2018 Middlesbrough Schools Dance Festival!

TIN Arts, a leading inclusive dance organisation based in Durham and delivering across the North of England, are working in partnership with dancemiddlesbrough and Middlesbrough Council to relaunch the schools dance festival for 2018 after an absence of 2 years.

As part of the FREE festival schools will:
*Be able to send up to 3 teachers to attend 2 x CPD sessions focused on delivering dance in schools (dates tbc but in-school time)
*Receive ongoing email and telephone support as your school develops their own unique exciting dance for performance
*Have your group perform on the stage at Middlesbrough Theatre as part of the festival on Thursday 14th June 2018

There is no cost to take part in the festival. Each school must commit to releasing at least 1 teacher to attend both of the FREE CPD sessions and to meet any transport costs incurred by the school to travel to and from the Middlesbrough Theatre.

Places are limited to 16 schools so if you are interested click on this link NOW and register your interest. Places will be assigned on a first come – first served basis. Closing date for applications is midday on Tuesday 27th March. Your schools place will be confirmed by email on Wednesday 28th March.

TIN Arts are a specialist inclusive dance organisation and are keen to see representation of all children and young people with a range of backgrounds and abilities take part in the festival.

If you have any enquiries about this opportunity please email or call 0191 384 0728. Please also share with other contacts in Middlesbrough schools that you think may be interested.

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