4 Reasons to Compete | Panorama School of Dance

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Competition and team activities can enhance learning and performance skills for everyone involved!

Here are 4 reasons to compete!

  • Students get exposure to other dance genres and choreography they may not generally see.  They also have the opportunity to receive constructive criticism from respected professionals in the dance world.
  • Gives the opportunity to perform more than once. Kids can become more accustomed to the stage and being in front of an audience, where they may not get a chance to experience this kind of vulnerability on a regular basis.
  • Competing teaches hard work and discipline. Students learn what it means to be consistent in both their lives and classrooms.
  • It teaches students to strive to be the best they can be and allows them to see positive outcomes to their hard work

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My girls (almost 10 and 7 tomorrow!) have grown up at PSOD. We have progressed from the Leap N Learn classes through to ballet exams, competitions and dancing with the Alberta Ballet. The teachers at PSOD have instilled a true love of dance in my children, plus the skills and abilities to match their passion! In particular, a special thank you to Miss Lisa and also Miss Michelle! Thank you so much for giving my girls the gift of dance!

About Panorama School of Dance

Panorama School of Dance has been teaching children to dance in Surrey and Delta for over 30 years. Our first students are now coming back with their own children! This is an amazing sight to see and a testament to the unique experience that these young mothers remember from their childhood.

Panorama not only teaches children how to dance, but promotes personal development, poise, self-confidence, health and fitness. Throughout the years we have grown from a small local church studio with a dozen students to a dance school with 2 locations including 6 studios and over 500 families. Through this growth, the personal touch has not been lost.