In July 2009 more than 30 girls took part in the first ever Cheermania Summer camp! Over two separate weeks students between the ages of 4 and 16 came together to experience all the highs and lows ofcheerleading - a taster of what it is like to work as a team. Our cheerleaders learnt jumps, stunts, tumbling and dance. Cheermania has since held many holiday workshops, our annual summer camp, and opened weekly classes for all ages in 2010.
Nycha Dance Creations aims to continually seek to improve and maintain good working practices. With Professional standards in all apsects of the business. We teach diverse dance and fitness classes,provide performance opportunities and work with other organisations to build a network of opportunities within the arts industry.
All of our teachers are experienced and fully qualified or working towards the IDTA (International Dance Teachers Association) teaching qualifications and are all CRB checked. We believe that everyonelearns through fun and enjoyment - both children and adults alike!
ECCO Dance Sheffield was founded in 1992 by Amanda Horne. It began in a church hall in Ecclesfield with dance classes in ballet, tap and freestyle. It moved to the Burton Street project in 1995 andquickly expanded to dance classes everyday. In the 16 years at Burton Street Ecco have trained many freestyle & Rock n Roll champions. Had children perform in productions at the Lyceum and Crucible. Many pupils have gone on to have a career in the dance industry.
We are a theatre dance school in the centre of Sheffield providing lessons according to the IDTA syllabus. We take children into our Tots classes from age three upwards, but you can come to our parentand toddler classes from when your child is walking. Students can study all the way to their professional exams with the school. There are also adult classes in a range of disciplines and at several standards.
Draper's Dance began when Raymond Draper left his mining tradition to start a career in dance. He originally taught at rented halls in Killamarsh and Southall, before purchasing the old Miners Welfarein Beighton with his wife Carol, to ensure his pupils didn't miss out when a hall booking was cancelled. On the first night they taught one pupil, adding to numbers as the nights went on.