About Us

Founded in 2001

Founded in 2001 by dance in education professional Rebecca Hart, Dance Equation is an engaging and innovative dance-education company based in the UK. Our passion is creating enriching learning opportunities for children.

We provide dance workshops, classes, live shows and resources for Schools and Early Years settings across the country.

our mission

Our mission is to keep children happy, healthy and equip them with the skills needed for the 21st century. We want to ignite their imagination and sense of curiosity as well as build their motivation, self-esteem and confidence through dance. We love to help schools develop a strong dance culture so that their children and staff can reap the many positive benefits dance has.


As a leading dance provider with over 25 years of experience, our dance provision is of the highest standard and we know how to engage children. All our facilitators are industry professionals, highly experienced at working with children and fully DBS checked. We have worked with around 40,000 children in over 430 schools and we are proud to be fully inclusive.


Feedback from the staff and children was especially positive. Everyone said what a valuable and enjoyable experience it was for our children. Dance Equation would certainly be something we would look into having again as our children enjoyed the experience so much.
Mrs Knapp
Bishop King CE School, Lincoln
We did very much enjoyed all of the dance classes you provided..  We found them insightful, thorough and carefully planned to suit the needs of all pupils that were there.  The activities were useful and enjoyable for all pupils, offering a good variety of techniques and ideas on how to develop their own choreography.  The work was pitched at the right level and everything was explained clearly.  Many thanks and we do hope that we can use your service again in the future.
Year 3 teacher
Goxhill Primary school
Children from all year groups, from nursery up to year 6, found the workshops fun, engaging & educational. Their enjoyment throughout the activities and dances was obvious, and they continued to enthuse about their experiences afterwards.
Matthew Lawrence
Emmaville Primary school, Manchester
The dancers were patient, supportive and also worked well to promote positive behaviour.  I was particularly impressed by the way in which they worked hard to include a child with Cerebral Palsy who was in a wheelchair into the workshop.  They were kind, encouraging and enthusiastic towards him and adapted their dance so that he could participate – thank you. 
Deputy head
Carrington Primary school Nottingham