Workshops

 The Arts is our vehicle for workshops  focused on life-skills development.

Are you ready to equip your class – with the tools they need to change their world?

  Fuelled by creativity, and passionate about social justice, our qualified             teacher-artists are standing-by.

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Grade Workshop Curriculum Link
Primary Jk/Sk - Grade 1 Creative Movement and Dance The Arts |Social Studies|Health and Physical Education
Dirty Drumming The Arts |Social Studies|Health and Physical Education
Grade 2  Creative Movement and Dance The Arts |Social Studies|Health and Physical Education
Dirty Drumming The Arts |Social Studies|Health and Physical Education
Djembe Drumming The Arts |Social Studies|Health and Physical Education
Grade 3 Creative Movement and Dance The Arts |Social Studies|Health and Physical Education
Dirty Drumming The Arts |Social Studies|Health and Physical Education
Djembe Drumming The Arts |Social Studies|Health and Physical Education
South African Gumboot Dance The Arts |Social Studies|Health and Physical Education
Juniour Grades 4-6 Creative Movement and Dance The Arts |Social Studies|Health and Physical Education
Dirty Drumming The Arts |Social Studies|Health and Physical Education
Djembe Drumming The Arts |Social Studies|Health and Physical Education
South African Gumboot Dance The Arts |Social Studies|Health and Physical Education
Intermediate Grades 7-10 Creative Movement and Dance The Arts |Social Studies|Health and Physical Education
Dirty Drumming The Arts |Social Studies|Health and Physical Education
Djembe Drumming The Arts |Social Studies|Health and Physical Education
South African Gumboot Dance The Arts |Social Studies|Health and Physical Education
Senior Grades 11-12 Creative Movement and Dance The Arts |Social Studies|Health and Physical Education
Dirty Drumming The Arts |Social Studies|Health and Physical Education
Djembe Drumming The Arts |Social Studies|Health and Physical Education
South African Gumboot Dance The Arts |Social Studies|Health and Physical Education

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Creative M and D TAGCurriculum Connections:  The Arts | Health and Physical Education |Social Studies

Also applies to:  Daily Physical Activity | Health Action Teams | Drama Clubs

Focus of Inquiry: “What is dance to me?”  Student’s explore their relationship to movement and dance whilst they develop or extend their understanding of the fundamental concepts in dance for their grade.

Skills: exploring, creating and performing, collaborative work, listening, reflecting and responding, analysing and communicating.

Approach: Our instruction follows a hearts-on, hands-on, minds-on approach to teaching and learning The Ontario Curriculum within a safe and enjoyable learning environment.

Testimonial: “Your practical tips to incorporate dance into the curriculum are much appreciated. You made dance and the teaching of its principals an every-day experience. Great work -Good luck.” Teacher T.C.D.S.B

Format: 1hr. | Max. 30 students

  • 1 workshop: $250
  • 2 consecutive workshops:  $475
  • 3 consecutive workshops:  $675

Venue: School Gymnasium

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Dirty Drumming TAGCurriculum Connections: The Arts | Health and Physical Education |Social Studies

Also applies to:  Green-school Initiatives | Daily Physical Activity | Student Presentations

Focus of Inquiry: “Are you a friend of the environment?”  Student’s explore their relationship with the environment whilst they develop or extend their understanding of the fundamental concepts in music and dance for their grade.

Skills: body percussion, exploring, creating and performing, collaborative work, listening, reflecting and responding, analysing and communicating.

Approach: Our instruction follows a hearts-on, hands-on, minds-on approach to teaching and learning The Ontario Curriculum within a safe and enjoyable learning environment.

Testimonial:  “I just wanted to thank you and your company, for the great presentation that we had at our school Monday morning. The kids really enjoyed the Dirty Drumming session…They said that they had the best time ever!” Camellia Shirley, Grade 5 Teacher,  Our Lady of Wisdom Catholic School.

Format: 1hr. | Max. 30 students

  • 1 workshop: $250
  • 2 consecutive workshops:  $475
  • 3 consecutive workshops:  $675

Venue: School Gymnasium

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Djembe Drumming TAGCurriculum Connections: The Arts | Health and Physical Education |Social Studies

Also applies to:  Social Justice Initiatives | Black History Month | School Events

Focus of Inquiry: “What skills build community and allow us to live together in equitable peace and harmony?” Student’s explore the virtues of respect, equality and community whilst they develop or extend their understanding of the fundamental concepts in music and dance for their grade.

Skills: hand-drumming technique, exploring, creating and performing, collaborative work, listening, reflecting and responding, analysing and communicating,

Approach: Our instruction follows a hearts-on, hands-on, minds-on approach to teaching and learning The Ontario Curriculum within a safe and enjoyable learning environment.

Testimonials:  A workshop with very practical activities for community building and expressing feelings. Thanks again for your energy, time and encouragement.” Audrey Ferrer, Teacher, Madonna Catholic Secondary School

Pupils were dancing, drumming and working in groups and as a class. I definitely would have Mr. Fell in again and highly recommend him.” Cathy Fielding – Principal/St. Marguerite Bourgeoys Catholic School

Format: 1hr. | Max. 30 students

  • 1 workshop: $250
  • 2 consecutive workshops:  $475
  • 3 consecutive workshops:  $675

Venue: School Gymnasium

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Gumboot Dance TAGCurriculum Connections: The Arts | Health and Physical Education |Social Studies

Also applies to: Social Justice Initiatives | Black History Month | School Events

Focus of Inquiry: “What are the origins of the South African Gumboot Dance and how does it relate to South Africa’s struggle for racial equality?” Student’s explore the dance with its origins in apartheid South Africa whilst they develop or extend their understanding of the fundamental concepts in dance and music for their grade.

Skills: gumboot dance vocabulary, exploring, creating and performing, collaborative work, listening, reflecting and responding, analysing and communicating.

Approach: Our instruction follows a hearts-on, hands-on, minds-on approach to teaching and learning The Ontario Curriculum within a safe and enjoyable learning environment.

Testimonial: …the students worked openly together, sharing comfortably in a way I hadn’t seen before…..they were caught in your spell.” Arywn Carpenter – Dance in Education Co-op Leader T.D.S.B

Format: 1hr. | Max. 30 students

  • 1 workshop: $250
  • 2 consecutive workshops:  $475
  • 3 consecutive workshops:  $675

Venue: School Gymnasium

Read These Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

About Our Workshop Presenters

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