St Peter's Brockley
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Dance

 

Dance at St Peter’s is all about creating a fun, friendly environment for people to fall in love with dance. We believe that excellence shouldn’t come at the expense of enjoyment. Our teachers teach at the highest level but make sure that lessons remain fun, engaging and encouraging. Our timetable has also been carefully planned so as to allow children to try both ballet and street dance in the same afternoon. Central to dance at St Peter’s is a desire to create community. During classes we run a café for parents/carers and a children’s play area for siblings to enjoy. 


We offer bursary places. To enquire or for any other questions please don't hesitate to email dance@stpetersbrockley.org.uk.


Meet the Team …

Chloe's  passion for ballet began at age 3. She is ISTD Trained in Classical Ballet, Tap & Modern to high levels and has performed in Coppelia, Giselle (en pointe), music videos, a feature film and the Olympics Opening Ceremony. After studying Contemporary and Ballet at Roehampton Uni, she qualified at ISTD to be a ballet teacher and put students through exams. Since 2014, she's loved teaching and inspiring children and adults ballet at various schools.

Chloe's passion for ballet began at age 3. She is ISTD Trained in Classical Ballet, Tap & Modern to high levels and has performed in Coppelia, Giselle (en pointe), music videos, a feature film and the Olympics Opening Ceremony. After studying Contemporary and Ballet at Roehampton Uni, she qualified at ISTD to be a ballet teacher and put students through exams. Since 2014, she's loved teaching and inspiring children and adults ballet at various schools.

Roselina’s  passion for dance started at the age of 2. From the age of 7, she trained for 10 years with professionals from the West End in Jazz, ballet, street and contemporary dance at Tring Park for the Performing Arts. In 2016 she completed an apprenticeship with Springs dance company, went on to tour the UK with Elevate dance company and trained with Adeum dance company in Texas. Since working as a freelance dance teacher, she has gained invaluable experience teaching children and adults of all ages and loves nothing more than to inspire others and share her own passion for dance.

Roselina’s passion for dance started at the age of 2. From the age of 7, she trained for 10 years with professionals from the West End in Jazz, ballet, street and contemporary dance at Tring Park for the Performing Arts. In 2016 she completed an apprenticeship with Springs dance company, went on to tour the UK with Elevate dance company and trained with Adeum dance company in Texas. Since working as a freelance dance teacher, she has gained invaluable experience teaching children and adults of all ages and loves nothing more than to inspire others and share her own passion for dance.


Hannah  is in her third year at the Royal Academy of Dance training to be a dance teacher. Her degree is in ballet, contemporary styles, choreography, and teaching skills. Previously she spent a year as an apprentice with Springs Dance Company which involved intensive dance training as well as touring around the UK and Germany performing and teaching. Hannah has had experience teaching people from as young as 2 to old as 82 and loves seeing people fall in love with dance.

Hannah is in her third year at the Royal Academy of Dance training to be a dance teacher. Her degree is in ballet, contemporary styles, choreography, and teaching skills. Previously she spent a year as an apprentice with Springs Dance Company which involved intensive dance training as well as touring around the UK and Germany performing and teaching. Hannah has had experience teaching people from as young as 2 to old as 82 and loves seeing people fall in love with dance.

Hanelle  started performing dance at the age of 5. She trained at Tring Park Theatre school from age 11-18 and qualified to teach ISTD Ballet, Modern and Tap. Her love for dance has led her to set up a number of community dance projects over the years all with the purpose of providing excellent but affordable dance classes whilst facilitating local community. Hanelle is married to Ben, the vicar of St Peter’s Church.

Hanelle started performing dance at the age of 5. She trained at Tring Park Theatre school from age 11-18 and qualified to teach ISTD Ballet, Modern and Tap. Her love for dance has led her to set up a number of community dance projects over the years all with the purpose of providing excellent but affordable dance classes whilst facilitating local community. Hanelle is married to Ben, the vicar of St Peter’s Church.

Sarah  began her professional training at London Contemporary Dance School, graduating with a BA (Hons) Degree. She then joined Transitions Dance Company at Trinity Laban, graduating with an MA in Dance Performance. Since then, Sarah has worked as a freelance dancer and teacher. She is the Restorative Workshop Manager and performer for The Natasha’s Project; a dance company raising awareness of sex trafficking through their work. Sarah also has years of experience leading dance workshops for adults with learning disabilities.

Sarah began her professional training at London Contemporary Dance School, graduating with a BA (Hons) Degree. She then joined Transitions Dance Company at Trinity Laban, graduating with an MA in Dance Performance. Since then, Sarah has worked as a freelance dancer and teacher. She is the Restorative Workshop Manager and performer for The Natasha’s Project; a dance company raising awareness of sex trafficking through their work. Sarah also has years of experience leading dance workshops for adults with learning disabilities.