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Charge Education Resources

We create world class dance-circus productions that tour extensively to rave reviews across the globe. Education is a core part of our ethos and we work regularly with schools, universities and colleges to inspire students with unforgettable experiences.

Charge is our latest electrifying dance-circus production. Using our renowned fusion of fluid contemporary dance, breathtaking circus, vibrant digital projections, symphonic soundtrack, innovative set design and a gripping narrative, we have built an absorbing 360 degree world onstage that brings to life the story of a universe swirling from top to bottom and inside out with electricity.

As a unique collaboration that draws together art and science, Charge is ideally placed to engage young children of PRIMARY SCHOOL age with scientific themes and ignite a curiosity and interest in the bio-electricity of their own bodies. As well as guiding pupils and teachers scene-by-scene through the work’s themes and ideas, the primary resources show how the production can be used as a springboard to support learning across other curriculum areas; in literacy, geography, PE, dance, music, history, PSHE and art.

Our Secondary Resources offer KS3, KS4 & A-LEVEL dance students the opportunity to study a professional dance in depth. Using the digital format (supported by PDF downloads), teachers will have a range of resources, questions and tasks at their disposal to lead students through the work developing their analytical, choreographic and performance skills.

Use the drop-down menu below to find out more about our Primary and Secondary education resources.

Primary Resources

Secondary Resources

Charge is supported by

Warwick Arts Centre, Rothschild Foundation, Ernest Cook Trust, Tipping Point, Stories of Change

Official energy partner of Charge

First Utility

Motionhouse is supported by

Warwick DC, Lottery Funded, Arts Council England, Vitsoe, John Ellerman Foundation
Teaching resources developed by Dr Christine Wainwright PhD, MA, B.Ed