Our dance class continued for this week with the inclusion of Hip-hop. Students who took part were thrilled to Ballet, Salsa and Hip-hop Dance moves. We look forward to the continuation of the Dance class as students have shown enormous interest in it.
Steve Williams Jnr. (Grade 9) The Dance class was fun and an ice breaker to be honest. I have personally desired dance and will always jump in when there is the opportunity. I hope we can have this class at least once a week.
Chloe Owusua Asiedu (Grade 11) My expectations were as high as quality Peruvian weaves. Exercise was to be transcribed into one of the greatest stylistic arts of all time: dance. The aura quickly diffused as I entered with a friend. It was far too apt to contain. Chaos flung everywhere, frustration rung in the air and we were quickly plunged into a united feeling of despair. The moves were uncoordinated, leading to a loss of balance, and the subsequent autocracies ensued. However, progress marched on with the veil of Salsa, Hip Hop and Eectro-fusion. The room quickly spiraled into hope and was saturated with laughter. We were able to build our confidence in the dance class. Hidden talents became unhidden, barren dance moves became default choreography. It is what we are able to learn from these mistakes and create new moves.
Nuna Afi Attipoe (Grade 11) Personally, I do not know how to dance properly but the dance class allowed me to find a comfortable style of expressing myself. Through salsa, hip-hop and ballet, I was able to explore and enjoy different and appreciate all forms of dance and even learn a few moves.