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School Disco Oxfordshire

Looking for a school disco in Oxfordshire?

School discos can be a lot of fun and we’ve done quite a few over the years all over Oxfordshire. We, therefore, recommend that you split them into two sections.

The first for KS1 up to Year 3, followed by a break of approx. 15 minutes to allow for changeover time and then Years 4 and upward. We’d advise approximately an hour for the first session – this involves a lot of dance routines, competitions and games. Then approximately an hour and a half for the second session, which would be mainly a request type disco, where the kids can ask for songs and we’ll play as many as we can. We can also do things like a dance competition and some age appropriate games.

 

Year 4, 5 and 6 School Discos may like to upgrade to our Video Disco with the latest HD videos, crowd cam and interactive video game.

*Please note – We cannot offer our fully interactive discos for whole school primary school discos due to numbers and age range. We are happy to still include dance competitions and teach dance routines though.

Primary School Discos are £300.

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Here is a rough idea of what you can expect for the two school disco sessions. I haven’t listed everything we do as it varies on how the children respond, also, it’s nice to have surprises!

 

KS1 and Year 3 School Disco

We arrive, introduce ourselves and ask where you’d like us to set up.

Everything is set up and current pop music is playing in the background as the children arrive. Giving the PA time to collect all the entrance fees/tickets.

Warm Up –  A little light stretching with musical accompaniment.

1st dance routine – Lots of actions!

1st game. Something to encourage a bit of activity!

Have a listen to this…? Steve plays the theme to “Strictly Come Dancing” and asks if they know what it is? They all shout out the answer! They’re going to do a dance competition, but first they need some judges! The kids are sent off to find some teachers to be judges. Instructions are given to the adults and kids re judging the winners (- we’re looking for 2 x best girls, 2 x best boys and 2 x best efforts) and they’re off! It’s the Cha Cha Slide. Steve’s out front again, showing them the moves. Then it’s Jack turn as he show’s them another more modern dance. Judges confer and prizes are given.

Break Time!!! By now the kids will be hot, thirsty and ready to have a sit down for something quick to eat and drink. We play slightly slower, background level music whilst the kids are eating. We’re also busily setting up for the second session. Once they’re ready, we’re off again!

Time to party again! Limbo this time, how low can they go?

Dance time. Another nice “dance routine” with Jack out front showing the kids how to do it.

We’re almost at the end now and it’s time for a sing-a-long! We select two modern pop songs that we think they’ll know. We’re out there too with a real microphone so they can hear themselves singing!

The End!

 

Years 4, 5 and 6 School Disco

Everything is set up and current pop music is playing in the background as the children arrive. Giving the PA time to collect all the entrance fees/tickets.

The volume is increased and a quick announcement made introducing ourselves and encouraging the children to come up and ask for their favourite songs.

We then allow time to assess the mood of the children to see whether they’ll dance or need a game/competition to “get things going”.

We also normally do a dance competition…

Have a listen to this…? Steve plays the theme to “Strictly Come Dancing” and asks if they know what it is? They all shout out the answer! They’re going to do a dance competition, but first they need some judges! The kids are sent off to find some teachers to be judges. Instructions are given to the adults and kids re judging the winners (- we’re looking for 2 x best girls, 2 x best boys and 2 x best efforts) and they’re off! It’s the Cha Cha Slide. Steve’s out front again, showing them the moves. Then it’s Jack turn as he show’s them another more modern dance. Judges confer and prizes are given.

We have other games/competitions as a backup that we can use at any time in case the kids get a little “rowdy”.

We’re almost at the end now and it’s time for a sing-a-long! We select two modern pop songs that we think they’ll know. We’re out there too with a real microphone so they can hear themselves singing!

The End!

Forty five minutes later, we’ve finished packing up and it’s time to go home.

 

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