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2023 THANKS,
Dear Teachers,

What an outstanding 11 days of Dance Performance! we enjoyed in 2023 
Thank you for all your time, hard work, creativity, commitment and dedication to your students and the dance work presented at the 2023 SNPS Dance Festival.
All 2824 students, from Year 1 to Year 12 were given the opportunity to shine on the Glen St Theatre stage and on film and we loved every minute of the 25 shows in which they featured.
.We hope you've taken as much pride and enjoyment in creating these        moments, as we have had in curating and presenting them on the             
Glen St Theatre stage. 

Teachers should have now registered their email addresses with us for  2024. If you have not done so, please email Festival Coordinator -
Kim Peade  -            
2024 Festival Participation Criteria

Teachers should ensure that their dance item(s) meets the participation criteria in every way.

PL Student Workshops & Ensembles
Professional Learning, Student Workshops & SNPSD Ensembles 
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Our professional learning activities have returned in 2024 

A free Primary Teachers' Choreographic Workshop took place at Lindfield Learning Village on Wednesday 21st February. Thanks to our presenters and attendees - a great, enjoyable and  productive day was had by all.

Student representative Ensembles have also resumed in 2024.


The SNPSD Junior Ensemble (Years 4 to 6) have been selected and will be working with director and tutor Chloe Woodward at NBSC Manly Selective campus, Nth Curl Curl on Thursday afternoons in term time.


The SNPSD Senior Ensemble (Years 7 to 11) will be audiioned on Sunday 17th March and having been selected will be working with their tutors, Ashleigh Veitch, Hana Greuter and Kim Peade on selected Sunday afternoon/evenings

Student workshops are not yet scheduled, but may return at a later date.

Choregraphic Journey
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The Choreographic Journey

The choreographic process is exciting, daunting, challenging and often uncertain and experimental. But most of all, it is rewarding - to start with an idea and a group of willing students and see it through to its realisation on stage represents the best ideals and outcomes of teaching and learning.

Moving Safely
Student safety and well-being is our first priority - check out this concise guide to moving safely with your students.
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