Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance is the UK’s only conservatoire of music and contemporary dance. Leaders in music and contemporary dance education, we also provide exciting opportunities for the public to take part in dance and music activity.

For Your Students

We can provide a number of opportunities for your students, ranging from in-school workshops and performances to longer-term projects with our experienced team of workshop leaders.

We can work with you to design a bespoke project based around your pupils’ needs and interests, with a curriculum focus. Be it a one-off dance, music or combined workshop, or a longer term creative residency, we can work to meet your school’s budget and resources. We can also offer student-led performance opportunities with undergraduate musicians.

We also host taster and open days for students considering a Higher Education course in Music or Dance at our buildings in Greenwich and Deptford.

For students who are interested in taking part in music and dance out of school we also run the following extra-curricular activities:

  • Youth Dance Programme: (8 – 18 years) at the Laban Building in Deptford: after school weekly dance classes in a variety of styles Includes Contemporary, Dance Fusion, Youth Ballet and 3 boys only classes Ignition, Accelerate and Velocity (Hip Hop) and an auditioned Youth Dance Company. The programme also includes Dance Ability (5-12 years) for children with any physical and/or learning disability.
  • Centre for Advanced Training (CAT): an innovative scheme established by the DfE offering young people with exceptional talent and potential in dance the opportunity to access high quality contemporary dance training on Saturdays and after school.
  • Animate Orchestra: Animate Orchestra offers young musicians in school years 5 to 13 opportunities to play together and create their own music in a ‘Young Person’s Orchestra for the 21st Century’.
  • Junior Trinity: Junior Trinity is a Saturday Music Department for 3-19 year olds. From Trinity Teenies aged 3-5 right through to university and conservatoire entrance, it is our aim to encourage a lifelong interest in music and to give our students the opportunities to develop to their maximum potential.

For Teachers

We offer specialist professional development programmes for primary and secondary school teachers, from one-off training days to accredited professional development and, if needed, at your school with groups of teachers, especially those in primary schools interested in improving their music and dance teaching skills.

Our new Dance Directions programme is run in partnership with Greenwich Dance, supporting schools to deliver dance in the curriculum, improving the quality of PE, raising achievement and encouraging more pupils to take part in physical activity.

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