Worthing High School celebrates opening of new dance studio and fitness suite

A new dance studio and fitness suite has been officially opened at Worthing High School in a ribbon-cutting ceremony that involved a samurai sword.

Tuesday, 5th March 2019, 10:04 am
Updated Tuesday, 5th March 2019, 10:10 am
Author Chris Bradford cuts the ribbon of the new studio with his samurai sword

Author Chris Bradford, who was visiting the South Farm Road school to talk about his young samurai novels, used his sword to open the new facilities - which headteacher Pan Panayiotou described as 'a very modern, 21st century, state-of-the-art resource'. View our photo gallery from the opening of the facilities here.

Students at the new studio
Author Chris Bradford spoke to students about his young samurai series of books
The new studio has a wooden spring floor
Students perform a dance routine at the new studio
Students at Worthing High School recently went through to the next stage of the Rock Challenge dance competition
Students used the new facilities for the first time last week
The headteacher said the students were excited to make use of the new facilities
Students rehearse their dance routine in the studio
Students drop to the floor in the performance
The studio walls are lined with mirrors and a dance barre