Chance to Dance 8 week programme is back! Sign up Now!
Operating in 4 of our Sport Aberdeen venues, alongside 2 weeks of dance camps in the Easter holidays at Cults Get Active!
To view times and venues available for our sessions please follow the link to book:
Chance to Dance is an exciting new 6-week programme designed to encourage young people to become involved in dance classes such as hip-hop, jazz and lyrical, contemporary and elements of ballet dance.
Dance Aberdeen aims to build children’s confidence and creativity, learning different dance styles from the fundamentals.
The Chance to Dance programme is available at Get active @ Beacon, Get active @ Cults, Get active @ Jesmond and Get active @ Lochside.
There are two different sessions to choose from:
- Junior (P1-P4)
- Senior (P5-P7)
Chance to Dance – A5 Leaflet 2
What is Active Schools?
Active Schools is a key element in the Scottish Government’s drive to get more Scots more active; a commitment outlined in the National Physical Activity Strategy, ‘Let’s Make Scotland More Active’.
The fundamental aim of the Active Schools Network is to offer all children and young people the opportunities and motivations to adopt active, healthy lifestyles now and into adulthood. These opportunities are available before, during and after school, as well as in the wider community. Active Schools is more than just getting school-
Active Schools also impacts on a number of other key policies and initiatives, such as the Curriculum for Excellence, which has an important role to play in promoting the health and well being of children and young people and all of those in the educational communities to which they belong.
The Role of an Active Schools Co-
The role of an Active Schools Co-
The ASC works to develop the capacity of the local communities by delivering training and workshops, or offer advice and support in relation to grants, funding applications, coaching qualifications, links to national governing bodies and much more.
ASCs work with a range of partners such as active communities development officers, physical education, sport and physical activity clubs, school travel co-
Our Active Schools Coordinator, Cameron Robinson, coordinates a range of after school activities for pupils.
If a parent is interested in running an after school club they should contact the school office. Active Schools also organises a range of activities which take place at Oldmachar Academy and other local leisure facilities.
For further information on these activities please contact Cameron at