Based in West Wiltshire and with experience of teaching both dance & fitness for over 20 years Caroline is qualified to work with many different people, whilst she is passionate about learning through dance and fitness, she has the experience to support this passion.
With a proven ability to organise and deliver a variety of dance lessons from a 1 hour session in a primary school right through to a large scale regional events such as The Wiltshire School Sports Partnership Dance Festival.
What can she offer?
-A wide range of both dance & fitness lessons both in person through the running of a session or block of sessions
-Or targeted support: through detailed lesson plans and support material.
-The key focus in both however, is the support for teachers to develop skills to teach through dance.
Lesson plans, resources and schemes of work are detailed and are designed to cover Key Stages 2 through to 5. The resources are set against The National Curriculum (where applicable) and are available in a wide range of formats to accommodate your requirements.
If your school or organisations needs any advice, no matter how small or large, then please contact Caroline directly.
Experience and qualifications
Having taught dance & fitness for over 20 years, in that time she has developed a wide skill set across a whole set of different dance and fitness styles to include:
-Flex and Stretch
-Boxer fit and more
For the past four years, the majority of Caroline’s work has been for the West Wiltshire School Sports Partnership, working with a wide variety of class size and pupil ages and learning abilities.
Download my CV
Download Caroline Newman’s CV here (PDF, 57kb)
Caroline in the news:
Below is a selection of articles about work that Caroline has been involved in the past (click on each image to enlarge)
|‘Active for life day’, An article from the Warminster Journal, June 2011|
|‘Pupils dance to healthier beat’, An article from The Wiltshire Times, Feb 2011|
|‘Dancing talent on display’, An article from The Warminster Journal, Mar 2008|