15 - 19 years old | Year 10 - 12


Discover your personal movement potential.

VCE Dance develops students’ understanding and appreciation of dance as an art form through participation in theoretical classes, practical workshops and performances.

VCE Dance is open to students studying in years 10, 11 and 12. From all secondary schools across Melbourne.

VCE Dance study is comprised of 4 units. Units 1, 2, 3 and 4.  Each Unit explores areas such as safe dance practices, dancer's health and wellbeing, appreciating dance, personal expression and movement potential and learnt choreography that allows students to achieve the objectives outlined by VCAA.

To express your interest and for further information please contact us.

* Please note you do not need to be a student of Dream Dance Academy to attend the VCE Program


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Miss Danielle Taylor

VCE Dance Private Provider

  • Bachelor of Arts (Dance & Drama)/ Bachelor of Teaching (Secondary) with Distinction

  • Certificate IV in Dance Teaching and Management

  • Certificate IV in Training and Assessment

  • Australian Teachers of Dancing and A.T.O.D. Imagine member

  • Acrobatic Arts, Acrobatic Arts Preschool and Acrobatic Dance Association member

  • AusDance Victoria member

  • Progressing Ballet Technique member

  • Level 2 First Aid

  • Working with Children's Check

  • IASF/ USASF  member

  • Concussion in Youth Sport

  • VCE Dance, Units 1 - 4

Miss Danielle Taylor is a youthful, vibrant and passionate tutor of VCE Dance. My journey with VCE Dance commenced when I undertook the Study with outstanding success in secondary school. This ignited and inspired my journey into dance and performing arts education. I have been blessed to now work with students in secondary schools and private provider settings around Melbourne. I am also the proud director of Dream Dance Academy. It is my mission is to ensure that every student feels inspired to pursue their dream. Whatever that might be.

Miss Danielle

Director, Dream Dance Academy

Concepts Explored:​

  • Elements of Dance

  • Movement Categories

  • Development of Physical Skills

  • Exploration of dance genres and styles

  • Performance skills

  • Production elements

  • Responding and appreciating dance