Teaching Faculty

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Be The Stars - Bonds Theatre School

Miss Emily - Principal

Emily is a triple threat performer.  After training professionally at the MADD College, Nottingham, she went on to have a 7 year career as a professional performer alternating dance, singing and acting work.  Internationally Emily has danced in the United Arab Emirates, India and Europe and Nationally has performed at corporate events, as a backing dancing for various artists, in music videos and been a member of the Leeds Rhinos Cheerleading Squad as well as appearing on TV numerous times.  

Now a highly qualified and respected teacher in all styles of Theatre Dance and Singing.  Emily works as a Festival Adjudicator and now also trains others to become qualified Dance Teachers through Bonds Theatre College.  Her qualifications include; FIDTA Ballet; LIDTA Modern Jazz; FIDTA Tap; Level 4 Diploma in Theatre Craft; FIDTA Freestyle; LIDTA Street Dance; LIDTA Cheerleading; IDTA Diploma in Anatomy & Physiology; LCM Diploma in Singing Performance; IDTA Gymnastic Dance Diploma.

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Miss Gabby - Teaching Faculty

Gabriella, better know as Gabby, started dancing at a young age.  As her dance training progressed she began excelling at Tap, Freestyle Jazz and Commercial, although she trained in all styles of Theatre Dance.  She undertook many exams and often competed in dance festivals and competitions.  Gabby trained, for a time, at both the Lynton Academy and Ellite Studios Performing Arts College before deciding that her true passion lay within teaching rather than performing.  Gabby then enrolled as a student at Bonds Theatre College where she could complete her  professional teacher training.  Since joining the college she has taken and passed her Pre-Associate 1 and 2 Tap exams as well as her Anatomy & Physiology Diploma.  Gabby is now studying for her Level 4 Diploma in Tap and Associate Freestyle.  Gabby has a great rapport with the students.  Her choreography is fresh and interesting and she enjoys putting this skill into practise by creating routines for festival work.  Gabby is also a qualified Fitness Instructor and enjoys putting this skill into practising delivering sports sessions at mainstream schools throughout the area.  She also teaches all styles of theatre dance at various schools across the region as a Freelance Dance Teacher.  Her ultimate ambition is to become an Examiner for the IDTA.

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Miss Lauren - Teaching Faculty
Lauren began her dance training at the age of 3 years old with ballet, tap and jazz.  Throughout the years Lauren’s range of styles grew.   She continued to study ballet, jazz and tap alongside modern theatre, contemporary, commercial, lyrical and street dance.  At the age of 16, Lauren began working on a variety of professional projects including street theatre for the Leeds Corn exchange, performing in the Leeds Playhouse Theatre, the ‘Just So festival’ and travelling to Portugal to work on a short film project.  Alongside her performance opportunities, Lauren also began her teaching career.  Lauren spent a year studying a level 4 in dance and drama in Ormskirk where she also studied aerial hoop, silks and pole fitness.  She then went on to begin studying a degree in dance teaching at Preston College of Dance, alongside two teaching qualifications with the ISTD.  Lauren has experience in teaching all ages from toddlers to the elderly, including those with special educational needs and people with life limiting illnesses.

 
Miss Polly - Student Teacher
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Miss Abi - Student Teacher
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Miss Emma - Student Teacher
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Miss Megan - Dance Teaching Assistant
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Bonds Theatre School are proud to be a recognised school with the Council for Dance Education and Training, awarded only to schools who are committed to the safety of all pupils as well as adhering to the requirements of good professional practise.

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