Kreate considers dance to be a form of fitness promoting an all around healthy lifestyle, a recreational hobby or maybe even a future career path.
Kreate provide opportunities for local children through direct delivery of dance sessions via an after school programme.
Kreate believes that dance is vital to all children’s development regardless of age as pupils learn to express emotions and build self confidence and awareness of themselves and others.
We believe that dance can provide a valuable opportunity to promote healthy lives and build self-confidence in the young inspiring them to look positively to the future and maintain a healthy and active lifestyle
Keeley Scott trained at Arts Educational School and has been working in the dance industry for over 15 years, first as a dancer progressing to choreographing. She successfully works with children to produce fun lessons, theatrical experiences, and innovative workshops. Keeley won Basildon’s New Business on behalf of the Kreate Dance Centre of the year in 2008 and Business Woman of the year in 2009, her strength lies in her enthusiastic and energetic approach to life, generating exciting fresh ways to direct projects.
Sara Cooper trained as a dancer at Performers College, graduating with teaching exams in Ballet, Tap and Modern dance. Following professional dance contracts she moved on to specializing in dance for children.
Sara has worked extensively with the ISTD syllabus, finding new and creative ways to engage children and raise standards.
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