BBC Children in Need's Just Dance for Pudsey
Digital Schoolhouse has teamed up with BBC Children in Need and Just Dance Now for an exciting collaboration!
Digital Schoolhouse is pleased to team up with BBC Children in Need and Ubisoft’s Just Dance team to create an exciting collaboration that brings together video games with Computer Science and Physical Education in schools. Delving into the world of esports, we have adapted our popular Junior Tournament to help fundraise for Children in Need.
Don’t know the first thing about esports? Never played Just Dance before?
That’s okay, because we’ve linked below all the resources that you need to help you run a Just Dance esports tournament in your school. Whether you run this with just one class or an entire Key Stage, the resources below will explain everything you need to get your students dancing! You can follow the guidance precisely or adapt it along the way to meet your needs. Either approach is fine, the goal is to simply have fun.Visit the BBC Children in Need site for more information about the live show!
Want to learn more?
If you are interested in the full 10 hours worth of lesson materials then you can access the full Junior Tournament materials below, which also include support for Mario Kart 8 Deluxe by Nintendo and Addams Family: Mansion Mayhem by Outright Games. And if your students are enjoying Just Dance, then why not use it to teach them programming with our Just Dance with the Algorithm workshop.
We use the power of video games to teach computer science and cross-curricular creative digital skills.
You can also reach out to our network of Schoolhouses across the UK to book a workshop and discover the magic of Computational Thinking through our innovative play-based learning approach. Our better yet, apply to join the programme and become a Digital Schoolhouse for your regional area!