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Chuckle Productions Limited, The Chuckle House, Unit 10, Stone Enterprise Centre, Emerald Way, Stone, Staffordshire ST15 0SR
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Chuckle Dance (Juniors)
For children aged 5 - 12
With or without additional needs
In Chuckle Dance children can explore self-expression and imaginative dance from Street and Lyrical Dance to
Contemporary and Social Dance.
Thursdays at The Chuckle House
5 - 8 years old: 4.00 p.m. – 4..45 p.m.
9 - 12 years old: 4.45 p.m. to 5.45 p.m.
Chuckle Dance (Older)
For young people aged 13+ to adult with or without additional needs.
Classes are tailored specially according to the ability of the young people helping to develop a love of dance, increasing
self-confidence, communication and creativity.
Thursdays at the Chuckle House
13 – 17 years old: 5.45 p.m. - 6.45p.m.
18 +: 6.45p.m. – 7.45p.m.
Dotty Dance & Mini Music Maker Sessions
Chuckle currently provides very popular, weekly, Dotty Dance and Mini Music Maker sessions to Elmhurst Nursery in Stone.
If you are interested in Chuckle providing your pre-school setting with Music or Dance sessions, please see below.
Chuckle Dotty Dance (Pre-School Setting Delivery)
Chuckle Dotty Dance is a fun 45-minute dance and movement session, delivered at your pre school setting .
Sessions are inspired and developed around specific themes, and allows children to experience different types of dance
and improvisation. The sessions aim to develop key skills such as learning rhythm, turn-taking, and expressive movement, as
well developing core stability and balance which impacts on fine and gross motor skill acquisition.
Through providing Chuckle Dotty Dance sessions in your nursery/pre-school we are able to share our expertise in delivering
creative sessions for preschoolers and add extra value to your pre-school setting. (minimum of 15 per group)
Chuckle Mini Music Makers
Chuckle Mini Music Makers is a 45 minute music-making session, delivered at your pre-school setting within the school day.
The structured sessions involve musical exploration and expressive playing with a variety of instruments including music
technology, storytelling, fun circle games, (parachutes, elastic, sensory materials) with sessions inspired by specific themes.
The sessions have been specifically devised to develop skills in… communication, listening, memory and concentration
whilst encourages turn taking and teamwork.
Every session will have a musician present, playing live music with the children to encourage musical interaction. Working
within the Early Years Framework. The musician will be supported by an experienced workshop facilitator.
Through providing Chuckle-mini Music Makers or Dotty Dance sessions in your nursery/ pre-school we are able to share our
expertise in delivering creative sessions for pre-schoolers and add extra value to your pre-school setting.
If you are interested in Chuckle delivering Mini-Music-Maker and Dotty Dance sessions in your pre-school setting please
contact Sara Christie on 07837 741 510 or email@example.com for further information and availability.
Did you know Chuckle is now an official Arts Award Centre?
Arts Award is …
… a range of unique qualifications that supports anyone aged up to 25 to grow as artists and arts leaders,
inspiring them to connect with and take part in the wider arts world through taking challenges in an art form -
from fashion to digital art, pottery to poetry.
Offered at five different levels, young people get to …
discover the enjoyment of creating and participating in any art form
develop their creativity and leadership skills
learn new skills and share them with others
get to work with or experience working with creative arts professionals
gain experience and knowledge to progress into further education and employment
To achieve their Arts Award, young people take on challenges in an art form, participate in arts activities,
experience arts events, get inspired by artists and share their arts skills with others. Young people create a
portfolio to keep a record of their creative journey. Along the way they are supported by an Arts Award adviser,
acting as assessor, facilitator and mentor.
For more information about Arts Award please contact Philippa Unett (Arts Award Advisor) at