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Our focus for these performances are to educate the audience and tell a story about relevant issues in society today, ranging from drug addiction and alcohol to environmental issues. 


Current State was a dance piece choreographed by Jasmine Stewart-Yates for her Diploma in Dance Teaching and Management in 2021. Its focus is on drugs and the impact they can have on people's minds, bodies, relationships and lives. It also showcases how different personality types are more or less prone to trying or being pressured into taking drugs.


This was a dance piece choreographed by Jasmine Stewart-Yates along with the collaboration of the students who auditioned to be in the piece, and was performed during our mid-year concert Beyond the Sea. The class is hoping to shed light on the importance of keeping our oceans clean, and protecting our underwater lifeforms. It also showcases how different different forms of pollution can effect our precious marine life and damage the environment we need to survive. The students hope to discourage any further littering and encourage doing our part of helping the earth, even if that part is as small as picking up after yourself and others.


This performance from our end of year concert Wild Jump, was choreographed by Jasmine Stewart-Yates, along with the collaboration of students who auditioned for the dance. It sheds light on the harsh and inhumane environments that animals are kept in when they are held in captivity. It also showcases the way that different animals are effected by their time being locked up in cages. The class hopes that everyone can come away from this having more knowledge than before, or that they can start a conversation to help make a change for our beautiful wild life.




A serious mental condition of a type involving a breakdown in the relation between thought, emotion, and behaviour, leading to faulty perception, inappropriate actions and feelings, withdrawal from reality and personal relationships into fantasy and delusion, and a sense of mental fragmentation.

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