A membership organisation for all dancers, Dance UK is the national voice for the dance profession. It aims to improve the conditions in which dance is created, performed and experienced.

This week it's all about...

the Department for Education and Ofqual are in the final stages of their consultations about new GCSEs and A/AS Levels for first teaching from September 2016. Dance is one of the subjects currently being reviewed and, as with all other subjects, changes to both the content and the assessments/examinations are being proposed. 

It is crucial that as many responses as possible are submitted for the Ofqual consultation before it closes on 22 September. 

You can find more information including guidance to submit your own response here.

In the meantime...

Dance UK is recruiting for a Finance Director. If you would like to apply, please download a job description, application form and equal opportunities form from below and send complete to maria@danceuk.org by 10am on Monday 22 September.

Dance UK Finance Director job description (57.5 KB)

Dance UK Finance Director application form (37.0 KB)

Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form (163.5 KB)

Thank you to all that submitted photos for #dancersneedrest 

Look out for the winning photo in Dancing Times' October issue!

Find out more about the #dancersneedrest campaign here!

Lobby, champion, advocate, develop, nurture, inform, guide

Dance UK works on behalf of its members and the wider dance sector to:

  • Lobby politicians and funders.
  • Champion healthier dancers and a healthier dance economy.
  • Advocate for the increased profile of dance in all its diverse and dynamic forms.
  • Develop and facilitate networks for the profession.
  • Nurture and encourage career development.
  • Provide information and guidance for the public and professionals.

Find out more about Dance UK's ongoing work and how you can get involved by downloading the below information pack:

Dance UK 'Framing the Future' information pack (2.9 MB)

Henfield Storage Dance UK moved into shared offices with Youth Dance England, National Dance Teachers Association and Association of Dance of the African Diaspora in August to continue collaboratively working together. We have used storage supported by Henfield Storage