Movement to music makes children come alive and changes the way they feel. With the DDMIX program, kids get an exciting and diverse learning experience that is physical, aerobic and high time on task.
These benefits should be enjoyed by every child. Dance fitness can stimulate the child’s interest in sport, in the arts and give them the confidence to explore their own creativity in other fields.
Dame Darcey Bussell DBE
Creator of DDMIX
The Key Stage 1 sessions are aimed at developing the key skills and elements of dance, introducing many themes that can be cross curricular.
In Key Stage 2, DDMIX dances are incorporated and used to develop their use of dynamics, character, narrative, group formation and many other devices.
The DDMIX genres taught across Key Stage 3 enable students to explore further cultural and historical contexts and key characteristics of the dance styles.
Throughout all age groups, students learn set movements to develop their technical skills and have the opportunity to develop their own choreography.
Training inset with Schemes of Work for KS1 & KS2.
Training inset or twilights including Schemes of Work for KS1 & KS2. *Special offer of £750 for Teach Primary readers using their exclusive code to be found in the July issue.
Training inset or twilights including Schemes of Work for KS1 & KS2.
Training inset packages including Schemes of Work for KS3.
Receive a yearly CPD place and new units of work with our yearly membership.
You can book one of our own DDMIX instructors to deliver workshops, or you may wish to purchase Schemes of work and training separately. See below for more information.
Option to purchase Schemes of Work / Insets or CPD separately.
Have DDMIX in your school for a day to work to deliver workshops for your children, focusing on a genre of your choice.
We completed our first half term and it was brilliant. The children really enjoyed it and I enjoyed teaching it. We will be continuing in the Spring Term. I cannot tell you how much progress there has been since last year.
PE co-ordinator at Grange Park Junior School