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How do you manage to balance motherhood with your busy career?
It is all about juggling. Quality time with my daughter is important, so this morning I took Azura to Disco Ducks and I was jumping around with her and a load of 2 year olds. And then I'll head to work and be in hair and make-up singing the songs because I can't get them out of my head!
Disco Duck has won the
Dance Brand of the Year 2016 Award at the Dance Teacher Hub Awards 2016.
Disco Duck also won 2 awards at the 2015 Dance Teacher Hub Awards: winner of the
Best Service to Teachers and
Best Website categories and runner up in the
Dance Franchise of the Year category.
A new sensory based class for babies from birth to 18 months, to encourage baby’s development.
The programme has been designed to assist with coordination, visual awareness, hearing, touch and movement, including the popular Disco Duck songs. A fun and upbeat session.
A funky dance class using the loveable Duck character. Disco Duck will continue his journey from his Pre-School classes to give children aged 4-5 years an introduction to street dance and Disco Freestyle.
With a new selection of melodies, cool routines, suggested current music and syllabus content, this will help teachers build a natural progression into the modern dance genres.
The Disco Duck stars Licence will also include new party tips and a fantastic reward scheme, including downloadable certificates and medals for the children to receive at the end of each term.
The licences come with a Disco Duck t-shirt, 4 new melodies, syllabus, termly resources and tip sheets.
Coming to a town near you!
Head over to the teach page for more information.
Disco Duck is proud to announce that we were amongst the winners as voted for by parents in the recent
Loved By Parents poll for the category Best Toddler Class »
The WDSA (UK) was established in 2006 as the UK National Governing Body for wheelchair dance sport and wheelchair dancing within the UK, for those who would otherwise be excluded from dancing.
The aim of the WDSA (UK) is to promote and develop wheelchair dancing as a sport and leisure activity across the country and to raise the standard of instruction and competition in the UK and internationally at all levels. We are also looking to making dancing, in whatever form it may be, FUN, exciting and something that individuals who are part of this association and who do wheelchair dance are proud to say “I can do that”.
Wheelchair Dance Sport and Wheelchair Dancing is accessible to anyone, with no boundaries in term of age limit or level of ability.
After being shortlisted for the Carl Alan Awards (also known as the Oscars of the Dance World) Amanda attended the awards ceremony in Blackpool on Saturday 10th October 2015, where she received the award for
Now is a great time to come along to our classes – Disco Duck was voted one of the best classes in Practical Parenting Magazine - September 2012 issue.
Disco Duck was Mum and Baby class of the month in Prima Baby October 2012 issue.
Award winning funky pre-school dance classes