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Youth Dance Programme End of Term Evaluation

11th August 2015

artsNK’s Youth Dance Programme ended the 2014/2015 academic year on a high with a fantastic End of Year show last month; a performance which gave all young people involved a chance to showcase what they have been learning and developing across the year. It also gave young people and their parents the opportunity to provide feedback on the Youth Dance Programme, which produced the following results:

  • Young people rated the teaching quality of the Youth Dance Programme highly, scoring it an 8/10
  • Young people predominantly enjoy the Youth Dance Programme for social reasons (64.71%) and for the quality of the class content (61.76%)
  • 100% of young people feel the Youth Dance Programme is good value for money due to the high quality tuition they receive, and when compared to other dance providers
  • 100% of young people feel the Youth Dance Programme has positively benefitted them; the two main reasons for this were improving confidence (36%) and allowing them to make new friends (45%)
  • 55% of parents/guardians said that being part of the Youth Dance Programme has enabled their child to make friends
  • 100% of parents/guardians said that being part of the Youth Dance Programme has improved their child’s self-esteem, happiness and confidence.
  • 38% of parents/guardians said that taking part in the Youth Dance Programme has had a positive impact on their child and they are happier and have a sense of enjoyment because of it.
  • 69% of parents/guardians said that taking part in the Youth Dance Programme has had a positive impact on their child and they have gained increased fitness levels
  • 100% of parents/guardians said that artsNK’s Youth Dance Programme shows are produced to a high standard and they enjoy attending.

The results of this feedback demonstrate the great impact the Youth Dance Programme is having on young people. Want to get involved in the Youth Dance Programme? Email emma.terzza@litc.org.uk or click here for more information.

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