Fiona Smith, artistic director of Kick Start, is on a mission to encourage more boys to dance. Here, she leads a group of male student PE teachers in a lesson to demonstrate how dance can inspire male students to express their strength, agility and power.
Fiona teaches the group four contrasting movements and then asks the class to work in pairs, building a sequence around the theme of "brothers".
Alex and Mark, two first year student teachers, who are more at home on the rugby pitch, rise to the occasion on their first dance class. Sam, a second year student, says he believes the new PE curriculum offers more opportunities for both pupils and teachers.
Find out more as the student teachers talk about overcoming the stigma of being a dancer, discuss the balance that dance gives to the curriculum and explore the benefits of men teaching dance.
A membership organisation led by teachers for teachers who work to ensure that all young people in the UK have equal access to a high quality dance education
The new National Curriculum for physical education at KS3 and 4
Information on workshops, including youth dance activities, teacher's development, courses and advice
Educational books, CDs DVDs videos for developing dance in secondary schools