Frequently Asked Questions
Got a question about taking part in the FIT TO DANCE programme or coming to see a Disney On Ice show? Take a look at our FAQs.
If you can’t find the answer to your question here, please contact us and we’ll be in touch.
How can I sign my school up for the FIT TO DANCE for SCHOOLS programme?
If you are a teacher or head teacher at a UK school, teaching children aged 5–11, or in a SEN environment with a similar educational level, you can sign up to FIT TO DANCE.
In addition to all the resources available on this site, you can register your interest for a free school education pack here.
As a school, what will we receive if we sign up to the programme?
A school education pack (subject to availability) includes:
- A 28-page booklet packed with educational activities and lesson plans that support EYFS / Early Level / Foundation stage in addition to KS1 / First Level & KS2 / Second Level.
- Leaflets to inform and engage parents.
- Disney On Ice exercise books, stickers and certificates to reward the children for taking part.
- A2 and A3 posters to use during lessons.
- An interactive PowerPoint presentation to use in class and in assembly.
- A toolkit of items to help you communicate the programme to pupils and parents.
Can we get a special offer on tickets to Disney On Ice shows for school trips?
Disney On Ice occasionally offers discounts on group bookings. See your FIT TO DANCE school education pack for the latest offer.
How do we book tickets to Disney On Ice shows for school trips?
For group ticket bookings, please call Ticketmaster on 0844 847 2346* or email [email protected]
*Calls from landlines and mobiles may be included in your call package or phone tariff. Check with your phone provider.
What are the curriculum links for Disney On Ice shows?
A Disney On Ice visit can show your pupils how wonderful stories can be told through dance. The FIT TO DANCE for SCHOOLS programme supports the national curriculum requirements in the UK for English and PE, and encourages pupils to create their own imaginative stories and keep healthy through dance.
Can we access risk assessments for the Disney On Ice venues?
Not every Disney On Ice venue can share their risk assessments with the public. However, the venues that can are listed below for your reference:
- Utilita Arena, Newcastle
- Manchester Arena
- Arena Birmingham
- BHGE Arena, Aberdeen
- Resorts World Arena, Birmingham
- FlyDSA Arena, Sheffield
If you wish to complete your own risk assessment before attending a Disney On Ice show, you can find guidance and a blank template to complete here.
Can the venues accommodate children with accessibility needs?
Please contact your preferred venue for specific accessibility information, as this may differ from venue to venue. For a list of venues, visit www.disneyonice.co.uk
Who do we contact for general FIT TO DANCE enquiries?
If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact us at [email protected]
Where can we find answers to our questions about the Disney On Ice shows?
For all frequently asked questions relating to the Disney On Ice shows themselves, please visit the Disney On Ice website.