The dance ambassadors from DUSC led the workshops and delivered the activities in a professional and interesting manner that was pitched at just the right level for the abilities of the students.
Rebecca Simmons, a teacher at the school said: "The school would like to thank DUSC for this unique, engaging and fun enrichment opportunity for our students and we hope to work with them again soon."
Overseeing DUSC as artistic directors are Sunderland University dance lecturers Rachel Emms-Hobbins and Sarah Riach.
After 10 years, DUSC is often highlighted as a tried and tested introduction to the industry.
Rachel says about 80% of the DUSC members are studying for a degree in dance but a few are doing combined studies or related subjects.
Themes explored by previous DUSC troupes include the Olympics, social networking, architecture, games, nights out and relationships.
The DUSC is hoping to dispatch the marks of all the applicants to the respective colleges by July 1.
KMC did not send a list but a truckload of all sports quota forms to the DUSC. These were sent back as the council wants the college to dispatch just the candidates' names and marks based on certificates of participation and achievement.
is being exhibited at the Science Museum until tomorrow.
All those involved are third year students at the University of Sunderland and DUSC allows the students to work as a professional producing company and to tour as performers.
DUSC was formed in 2004 and has toured annually with original works along various themes such as the Olympics, social networking, architecture, games, nights out and relationships.
The piece is choreographed by DUSC directors and dance lecturers Rachel Emms-Hobbins and Sarah Riach with guest choreographer Patrick Ziza, as well as the students.