Age 18 months – 3 years Hip Hop Curriculum
Statutory framework for the Pre-Birth to Three
|Pre-Birth to Three Key Principles||Practical Explanation|
|Rights of the child||Every child has the right to a safe environment, and to express an opinion. Step It Up Dance has a Child Protection policy in place.|
|Relationships||Step It Up Dance teachers work hard to develop reciprocal, positive and trusting relationships with children through team working, encouragement and listening.|
|Responsive care||Step It Up Dance teachers respond to the needs of each individual child.|
|RESPECT||Mutual respect is encouraged between Practitioner, Dance Teacher & child in a variety of ways. Children are enabled to contribute resulting in a sense of belonging during class.|
3 years – 5 years Hip Hop Curriculum
Experiences and outcomes from the Curriculum for Excellence
- Expressive arts
- Health and wellbeing
- English and literacy
These are achieved through the excitement of presenting and performing, exploring ways to move rhythmically, expressively and playfully.
Discussing thoughts and feelings, recognising skills and abilities, learning to move the body well.
Developing movement skills, being aware of individual and others’ needs and through observing and exploring movement being able to describe what has been learnt.
“If it were up to them, they would be doing (SIUD) every single day. When they come home from nursery after class, we turn on the music and they continue the dance party all day long!!”
“It's so much fun and (the children) get so much from it. As they progress through the classes I've seen them become more confident and their coordination and balance improve, they love it.”
Nursery Assistant Manager
If you would like your child to experience SIUD at their nursery, or would like to book a complimentary taster for your childcare setting, please don't hesitate to get in touch today.