Miss Francesca is our lyrical modern teacher, running workshops four times per term.
Miss Francesca trained at the Susan Robinson School of Ballet, achieving the Royal Academy of Dance’s highest level, Advanced 2. Subsequently, she attended vocational school and graduated from the Guildford School of Acting with a B.A. (Hons) in Musical Theatre.
She has performed in a variety of productions including the London 2012 Olympic Closing Ceremony and Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap, UK and Ireland Tour. Miss Francesca also works as a writer; her most recent work “Should I Be Proud?” was selected to be performed at the Brockley Jack theatre. She has also written a musical adaption of “Five Children and It” which was performed at The Nomad Theatre.
Miss Francesca has a decade of teaching experience from ages 4-80! She has taught across a variety of styles including classical ballet, tap, jazz, lyrical and musical theatre. Miss Francesca has helped children take their first steps into dance whilst also preparing students for vocational and professional auditions.
Alongside her current theatre and teaching work Miss Francesca is completing an MSc in Physiotherapy.