New national dance industry body launched and name announced - One Dance UK

As of 1 April 2016 the NDTA will merge with Association of Dance of the African Diaspora, Dance UK and Youth Dance England to form a new national dance organisation, One Dance UK. View the full press release here.

Our new One Dance UK membership offer is under development and will launch on the One Dance UK website in June. Until then, One Dance UK Teacher and Educational memberships will be offered through the NDTA website.

All NDTA members will automatically become Teacher or Educational Members of One Dance UK.


The NDTA, the subject association for dance, is offering primary schools exceptional training and resources to teach dance from Reception to Year 6.

The courses are run by expert trainers and supported by resources based on Complete Guide to Primary Dance, Lyn Paine.

Training can be bought by a school, cluster of schools, chains and school/local partnerships.

National Primary Dance courses have been delivered in many areas of England and are very well received by teachers and senior managers.

We are offering training for teachers to improve subject knowledge and confidence to build a high quality and sustainable programme of dance in schools.

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Dance Ambassadors

The Association of Dance of the African Diaspora (ADAD), Dance UK, National Dance Teachers Association (NTDA) and Youth Dance England (YDE) have completed their search for enthusiastic, dedicated young people aged between 16 - 25 to be Dance Ambassadors to represent these organisations and advocate the work that we do.

Find out who your local Dance Ambassador is on the One Dance UK website.

Recent News

One Dance UK updates the Delivering Dance through the PE and Sports Premium Funding document.

The PE and Sports premium is a source of funding that is given to Primary schools to improve their PE, Sport and dance offer. One Dance UK has updated their handy fact-sheet for you, to help you understand how the premium can be used to improve dance within your school.

Andrew Hurst becomes Chief Executive of One Dance UK

One Dance UK announces the appointment of Andrew Hurst as its first Chief Executive.

One Dance UK is seeking highly experienced dance education professionals to join our Expert Panel: Children and Young People's Dance.

We are seeking highly experienced dance education professionals to join our Expert Panel: Children and Young People’s Dance.


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