Temple Christian College offers Dance as part of the curriculum in Years 9 & 10. Students are trained by highly experienced teachers in a variety of genres. Our dance space has sprung floors and is equipped with a full wall of mirrors, barres and sound system.
Our Dance curriculum includes studies in Tap, Hip Hop, Jazz and Contemporary dance genres, composition, human physiology, dance theory and analysis.
Students in each year level are trained in a particular genre each semester to strengthen their knowledge and understanding in Dance as a creative art form. They are then encouraged to create their own dance works with further opportunities to perform all dance works to live audiences.
Dance theory is an important component where students research, analyse and evaluate genres, dance pioneers and other cultures to deepen their insight into the development of dance. Students also reflect upon their studies to determine its impact on their own compositions.
The advantage of having our own performance space on campus enables students to rehearse on the stage where they will be examined under a full array of theatre lighting.
Students attend a variety of live dance performances throughout the year to broaden their understanding and appreciation of creative expression through Dance.
For more information relating to the Dance Electives please refer to the following downloads:
Year 10 Dance Elective Outline