All our teachers are registered with either the RAD, ISTD or LAMDA and have the training and qualifications necessary to teach to all ages in accordance with government regulated and accredited boards.
LCDD, RAD RTS, ISTD DDE
Ballet, Modern, Tap and Jazz
Carol’s dancing career began at a very tender age of 3, then at the Linda Sweetzer School where she had her first taste of assisting teaching, before training at London College of Dance under the expert tuition of Hilary Clark, Victoria Chappell & Tereza Theodoulou, she was able to study all forms of dance including RAD ballet; modern; tap; jazz; national; and contemporary. After graduating, Carol began her teaching career before taking over as Principal of Danceforce in 1996 when her first child was just 6 months old, and since then the school and her family have doubled in size! 2016/17 marked Carol’s 20th Anniversary as Principal, where we celebrated the success of the school as well as the support of our staff, students and parents at our Little Movers Display in July.
Carol’s passion for teaching is still as strong as ever, and as Danceforce continues to rise from strength to strength she is so proud of how the Danceforce Team continues to strive for every student to reach their potential.
RAD RTS LRAD
Miss Christina started dancing at the age of 2 and a half with the Penny Parks School of Dance. She has danced many styles, including tap, jazz and contemporary, and is now also a teacher of Ballroom and Latin dance. More recently, she has achieved her BA (Hons) Ballet Education and Licentiate of the Royal Academy of Dance, studied at their HQ in London.
During her dance career, she is proud to have undertaken charity work with the Parks charitable trust in Sri Lanka, where she provided dance workshops in impoverished towns. Miss Christina has also performed with NODA, an award winning youth amateur dramatics company for over 10 years. For the past 4 years, she has also worked as an assistant to the choreographer, working with children 7-18 years in all areas of musical theatre.
BA Hons, RAD CBTS
Ballet, Acrobatic Arts, Contemporary
Guest Teacher – FISTD Fellow and examiner of the ISTD, RAD RTS
Wendy trained at the Dance School of Scotland and Laine Theatre Arts. On graduating she pursued a professional career, performing in the West End, around the UK and internationally. When she retired from performing, Wendy returned to Scotland and founded a school of dance in Aberdeen where she taught for 6 years. Wendy is an experienced teacher of all ages ranging from children to vocational students, including tutoring the Dance Practice Unit of the DDI and DDE qualifications. She is currently teaching freelance at several vocational colleges of dance in London, as well as teaching younger students in primary schools. She is a Fellow and Examiner for the Modern Theatre and Tap Dance Faculties of the ISTD and she is also a member of the teaching teams for the Modern Theatre Advanced 1 and Advanced 2 recently revised syllabi.