Our Colleagues are experienced in working with children and helping them find ways to develop their ideas and if a child is having difficulty, they will always try and help them first and monitor their progress across a number of weeks. We always contact parents if we feel they are not developing. All the staff are trained in their chosen subject but what is equally important they must love teaching and growing pupils in this wonderful craft.
My Story – I tell the following because I truly believe it to be essential to the school and my teachings. The adventures I had growing up are reflected in the schools artistic growth. To be able to have grown up in two fabulous countries that speak the same language but offer different sights, sounds, […]
My journey with Players started many years ago when I myself was a pupil from thirteen to sixteen. I then went on to study performing arts at Leeds College of Music. After graduating with Distinction, it was time to take a break! I took a gap year and travelled around Australia. I embarked on many […]
My love for drama started when I walked into the players drama school at the age of ten. When leaving high school and graduating from the players drama school I went on to study performing arts at Newman college. Following graduation from the players I was awarded a teaching assistant role essentially joining the players […]
I began performing at a very early age and have danced for as long as I remember. Dancing was always my passion and an obvious choice for me as I worked my way through school and started to consider what to do next. I ended up studying my professional dance and teachers of dance qualification […]
Big Sisters are very carefully grown, watered and handpicked with loving care to ensure they may fill the multi roles they may have to play on a Saturday. Meeting and greeting, a helping hand in class, ensuring pupils are where they are supposed to be, and of course superb coffee makers …. and the list […]