Meet The Teachers

Zoe Newell

Zoë’s true passion lies in passing on her love of dance to others and developing the talents of those she teaches. She enjoys teaching students of all ages, from 2 years to adult, ensuring all increase their skills and fitness, whilst having fun! Past students have gone on to attend some of the top

Carrie Amor

Carrie is trained in the R.A.D Syllabus in Ballet and Modern. At the age
of 8 she became an associate at The Royal Ballet School and trained
there for 6 years. She danced for The Royal Ballet, The National Youth
Ballet and National English Ballet. She completed A levels in Dance,
Performing Arts and Theatre Studies, followed by a BA Hons Degree in
Dance Performance. She went on to study at Trinity Laban Conservatoire
of Music and Dance for her Diploma in Dance Teaching and Learning and is

Dan Keating

Dan started dancing in 1999 at the world famous Ministry of Sound, where he was a resident dancer for two years, and was one of a select group chosen to perform on Millenium Eve to a crowd of 50,000 people.

Laura Pearson

Training at The Royal Academy of Dance has given Laura the knowledge, skills and expertise
with which to provide an excellent and inspiring standard of dance teaching.

A lifelong dancer, Laura trained with Dorothy Stevens MBE under The Royal Academy of Dance professional examination syllabus, and is a graduate of The Royal Ballet School's Associate program. She attended university at University of
Cumbria studying Performing Arts and worked as Community Dance Artist for Copeland & Allerdale (C

Lauren Seaman

I have been dancing since the age of three and began teaching dance and cheerleading at the age of 18.

I studied dance for GSCE passing with an A, and helped choreograph shows for the school, which I also performed in, at venues such as The Barbican Theatre and The Queen's Theatre at the age of 16.

I was a backing dancer for a girl band, The Addictive Dancers before I decided to travel to Australia.