Sport Videos

20th December 2017

4E Rainforest

Tropical rainforests in different parts of the world are a well-balanced natural habitat in which animals and human life co-exist in harmony. They are interdependent.
20th December 2017

4B Rainforest

When chopping down the trees upsets the balance in the rainforest, other life forms become endangered and many simply disappear. Can you see the chopping actions the children are making?
20th December 2017

4C Rainforest

The heavy-handed mechanical destruction of trees leaves the forest decimated and dying – creating great sadness. Can you spot the bulldozer movements?
20th December 2017

4K Rainforest

4K used imaginative ideas to choreograph parts of the routine, working well together as a group. Slowly, left to nature, the forest will begin to regenerate and grow and gradually the other life forms will return and begin to redress the balance of the natural environment.
29th March 2017

6C Twister

Dancers in turn change places with the dancer opposite them on the other side of the pole, creating two spiral plaits. 6C found Twister fun to dance and the pattern created was visually stunning.

29th March 2017

6M Chrysanythemum

This dance was originally created by Chris Turner. A simple dance with only a quarter of the dancers moving in their colour group at any one time. The pattern resembles the long petals of a chrysanthemum.

29th March 2017

5K Chrysanythemum

In this dance one colour group goes into the middle, turns left, and makes a single clockwise circuit of the pole before returning home. This is repeated by each colour in turn and then danced in reverse to unwind.

29th March 2017

6A Easter Plait

A challenging dance creating 3-ribbon plaits radiating out from the pole. Great for small team working.

29th March 2017

5Ed Easter Plait

The Easter Plait was created when the dancers had done the main dance around their big outdoor pole when the weather turned, moving them inside. Twelve girls wanted to carry on dancing, and this was the result.

29th March 2017

4Wk Easter Plait

The Easter Plait is literally like plaiting hair. When the movement starts to flow the dancers realise that they are all travelling in a figure of eight pattern. This is called a hey or a reel.

29th March 2017

6R Barber’s Pole

The dance is a development of Circling with the inner and outer circles moving in opposite directions. This creates two separate spirals around the pole.

29th March 2017

4Wa Barber’s Pole

John Ruskin gave this dance it’s name because with red and white ribbons it resembles a Barbers Pole.  These colours originally signified blood and flesh, which were the main components of the barber surgeon’s trade.