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A dance group for disabled children and young people. We offer dance and performance opportunities to children and young people with varying disabilities, including wheelchair users.

icandance offers a creative experience where dancers have the opportunity to learn new steps, build friendships and develop self-confidence.

icandance provides dance classes and performance opportunities for children and young people with disabilities aged 4 to 25 years old.

Our classes are fun, interactive and cater to the needs of each individual with a high ratio of skilled support workers.

Contact details

Contact Name
Juliet Diener
Contact Position
Founder and Principal
07931 533955
020 8444 1707


Activity location
Fitzjohn’s Primary School, 86a Fitzjohns Avenue, London, NW3 6NP.
Green Man Community Centre
Strawberry Vale
N2 9BA

Time / Date Details

When is it on
9.30am-1.30pm on Saturdays, 6.30-7.30pm Wednesdays

Further details

Hampstead Town Ward
Last checked date
Record ID

Local Offer

About Local Offer

Local Offer Age Bands
Preparing for Adult Life 14-25
Children under 5
School Age Children & Young People 5-18
SEN Provision Type
Where is the service located and what areas does it cover?

icandance is based at the Green Man Community Centre in East Finchley.

Classes for children and young people with disabilities aged 4-25 run from Fitzjohn’s Primary School in Hampstead on Saturdays throughout the school term.

Teen Club (14+) runs every Wednesday at Fitzjohn's Primary School in term time.

Satellite sessions and After School clubs run at various SEN schools across London.

Who does your service provide for?

icandance provides for children and young people aged between 4 and 25 with various disabilites. 

How can a child or young person start using the service?

They can self-refer and we take referrals from the Disabled Children’s Team in MOSAIC.

How are decisions made about eligibility for your service?

We take all children and young people with a disability regardless of severity or geographical location. There is sometimes a short waiting list depending on class size.

How do you communicate with service users and how are they involved in decision making/planning?

We seek the views of all our service users, either orally where possible or via PECS, Makaton, gestures and observations. Views from the families are also sought on a regular basis.

Is your service fully accessible?

Our service is fully accessible.

What training have the staff supporting children and young people with SEND had/or will be they be getting?

Our staff receive regular training in:- safeguarding, first aid, epilepsy, disability awareness, manual handling, Makaton.

Who should a service user contact if they want to raise a concern or complain about something?

If you wish to raise a concern or complain about something please contact: Juliet Diener Founder/Principal

Who can a parent carer/young person contact for further information?

For further information please contact: Juliet Diener Founder and Principal 

The Local Offer is a free and impartial service provided by Camden Local Authority. Any service or provider mentioned in this Local Offer, does not represent a recommendation or endorsement of the service or quality of the service provided. You are responsible for undertaking your own checks to determine suitability of the service and provider.

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