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This is a qualifying event for the Norfolk School Games – the top team from this event will be invited to represent the East Norfolk SSP the County Level 3 finals at UEA Sportspark (Halls 2-5 and the Kiff) on Friday 14th February 2020

Schools are invited to enter up to 1 from Year 7-8. Squad can be between 4 and 30 members (single gender or mixed) to take part in the competition. 

Arrive at 5:30

The routine MUST be choreographed by the pupils alone.

Each team should prepare a dance of any dance style. It is encouraged that choreography is not plagiarised and must be applied and adapted into original content. 

Routines should be between 2.5 and 4 minutes in duration.

Teams are required to submit a short paragraph (max 150 words) detailing the inspiration and concept of the teams routine which will be used by the judges to score the categories.

Each routine will be judged by a panel of external judges who will use the following five categories totalling 50 points;

Concept and Soundtrack

Choreography and Floor Use

Performance skills

Overall impact

Costume Design

The winning dance will be the one with the highest number of points.


Teams should provide their own costumes.

1 Booking per school. More information will be sent out after the deadline for those booked on. You have to book via this website to attend this event. 1st come 1st served basis. (if not all spaces are filled I will offer schools a 2nd team)

No spectators allowed.

Booking onto this event means you agree to the ENSSP and Norfolk School Games terms and conditions.

Photo/Video Consent:

We use a variety of digital and social media to promote all of our events including our SSP website and Twitter profiles etc. Please ensure you make SSP staff aware of any children without photo/video consent prior to the start of the event. These children will be asked to wear a yellow armband throughout the event which will indicate that no photographs/videos should be taken of them.