Creating thinking skills are developed through dance, as well as learning the value of discipline, commitment and work ethics.
Dance teaches children about music, rhythm and beat. Students also have a better understanding of spatial relationships and learn to think of both sides of their brain. All these skills enhance a child’s academic performance, as well as their physical well being.
Dance keeps you fit! Dance teaches the importance of movements and fitness in a variety of ways through a variety of disciplines. Dancing is a great activity to pursue at almost any age provided you are in a proper health to handle the rigor of dancing for life.
All in all, dance is a great way to build invaluable social skills. Much more importantly however, it is an opportunity to teach your children the importance of being part of something larger than themselves. Dancers learn to take turns, to share attention, and to co-operate with others as the work within a group.
These life –lessons are part of the appeal of dance classes to parent around the world. Much like them sports, dance for children can teach some invaluable and important lessons.
Cambridge International School offers a versatile dance forms to all its students giving equal importance to classical and folk dances of India along with all forms of western dances. The training and mentoring start at an early age and till the students teaches higher grades, he/she is able to opt it as a career.
At no paint to time we can compromise with the aesthetic and symbolic value of music to churn the true inert qualities of students which needs to be honed. Our dance forms amalgamation of rhythmic beats, gesture emotions, movements and perfect body postures.
The students here this develop a multifaceted physically through training in dance techniques. They are also nurtured to show to show inclusive community through dance. They integrate an understanding of cultural context into creative scholarly research.