Physical activity participation is generally promoted for the positive impact on children’s physical and mental health. In addition, participation in various forms of physical activity is also thought to lead to enhancement of cognitive functioning (information processing), memory, concentration, behaviour and academic achievement for children.

I dance to lose myself                                                              I dance to find myself

     The ultimate goal …      to observe from life, and to learn from our bodies”    Mr Lin Huai-Min, founder and director of Cloud Gate Dance Company from Taipei





"The happiest life is that which constantly exercises and educates what is best in us"


Philip G. Hamerton


Students of Superarts gain the following benefits, to name but a few

Movement & kinesthetic awareness


A State of Well-Being

Self-esteem & Esteem for Others

                                                   A Sense of Belonging

                                     Discipline, Concentration, and a sense of responsibility




“Instilling an activity habit in children when they are young is vital"


Dr Joanne Wellsman -senior research fellow at Exeter University and expert in children's health