Every Chance to Dance

Every Chance to Dance is an online resource that teaches primary students the Australian Arts Curriculum,
including dance, music, drama, visual arts and media.

Each term, provided with 10 30-minute videos across the three bands (Foundation to Year 2; Years 3 and 4;
Years 5 and 6). As a video resource you can play it individually to each class, or bring all classes in the band
together and teach them at once. This resource is flexible and fits in with your schools resources.

The program is engaging, empowering and fun for students, with easy to learn moves for any teacher to master.
You don't have to have a background in arts to provide this to your students, that's what Francis Owusu, or Franco
as your students will soon know him, the creator and lead dancer is here for!

Franco has over twenty years of performing arts experience and has sung and danced with Australian greats Marciao
Hines, Jon Steven and Guy Sebastian, and is credited with developing Timomatic, celebrity star and judge of Australia's
Got Talent, dance moves.

This resource is not only flexible, accessible and meets the curriculum, but it also provides support and information
for schools on anti-bullying, empowerment and building a positive culture for your students. Franco is a strong
believer and advocate for empowering youth and is a role model for students. His commitment to the youth of
Canberra was recognised in 2013 when he was awarded the Australian of the Year ACT Local Hero and named
as a National Finalist in the Australia Day Awards.

He was further recognised by the ACT Government by being selected as 1 of the 14 most influential people in
Canberra to act as a 'champion' in an exclusive leaders advisor group designed to develop the Time to Talk
2030—Shaping Canberra's Future. Franco is the CEO and founder of Kulture Break, a charity youth services
provider with a community arts focus and a vision to "Influence a Culture, Empower a Generation". He is an
entrepreneur, empowerment coach and leading communicator in cultural change. He offers a personal and
unique perspective fuelled by his strong desire to help unlock people's potential.

If you're interested in getting the Every Chance to Dance resource in your school or want more information,
complete the below contact form. From here we'll organise a time to come and meet with your school's
principal, go through the resource and answer any questions.