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Dancing with dyslexia: the perfect pas de deux 

Hear from an experienced dancer on why this unusual pairing is more compatible than some could think.

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Men in Dance

On International Men's Day, we talk to a number of male dancers about their experience in the dance community.

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We announce our new Chair

Michael Elliott was duly elected to the Council by the AGM on 17 November 2021.

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Using dance to reimagine the gender binary

We celebrate the transgender community by sharing a recent achievement of one of our much-valued LGBTQIA+ Think Tank members, Jessica Allen.

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Remembering Mirella Bartrip OBE

Director of Dance, Liz Dale reflects on the enthusiasm and vitality of her former teacher, Mirella Bartrip OBE.

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Benefits of Bharatanatyam

We speak to Classical Indian Committee member Dr Swati Raut about how Bharatanatyam dance is beneficial to well-being.

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Supporting dance teachers with their mental health

It's International Stress Awareness Week. Nicolette Wilson-Clarke, Psychotherapist and founder of The Creative Genius talks about mental health support strategies.

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Preparing for Plan B

We are keeping a close eye on the government’s winter plan for England, and what Plan B might mean for our members, examiners and staff.

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2021 Annual General Meeting Announcement

If you are a Full or Life Member, you will have recently received an email notice of our Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 17 November.

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Christmas Competition 2021

It’s time to get creative! We’re looking for somebody to design our 2021 digital Christmas greeting.

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Our Commitment to Safeguarding

We are committed to promoting the wellbeing of all who interact with us - our members, exam candidates, students, staff, contractors and volunteers. 

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Happy World Teacher's Day

Meet some of our Heads of Faculty Development as they tell us about their teaching experience and fondest memories from their dancing careers.

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