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Carole Gould

Carole Gould
Carole Gould L.R.A.D. A.R.A.D. qualified as a teacher after studying at the Royal Academy of Dance. She spent 3 years teaching students of all ages, preparing them for exams, setting up workshops and summer schools and in 1968 she started her own school. Miss Gould combined this with teaching at local schools and acted for several years as secretary of the South East Region of the Royal Academy of Dance setting up workshops for teachers and students in Kent. Miss Gould is delighted to have ex pupil Kiki Bradstock joining the school, taking over the ballet training, expanding the adult classes and introducing Jazz dance. She is also pleased to welcome Miss Claire to promote Tap and Modern dance. Now the school has two such talented and enthusiastic teachers Miss Gould is enjoying taking a more advisory role..


Kiki Bradstock RAD RTS, ISTD FDI
Miss Kiki began dancing age 3 at the Weald School of Dance, where it became apparent that this was the career she would pursue. At eighteen Miss Kiki went to Stella Mann College of Performing Arts, and obtained her National Diploma in Professional Musical Theatre, specialising in Dance. Having graduated, she went on to dance around the world and on cruise ships. Having gained her RAD and ISTD teaching qualifications Miss Kiki now teaches the Ballet, Street Dance, Musical Theatre and Adult Tap classes for the school. She combines this with teaching Dance, Ballet, Tap and Street Jazz at Sutton Valence Preparatory School, and Street Dance at Ashford School. Miss Kiki is passionate about passing on her own love and enjoyment of dance.



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Chase the dream, not the competition. With fully qualified R.A.D (Royal Academy of Dance) and I.S.T.D (Imperial Society of Teachers of Dance) teachers, who have a real passion for what they do, and an interest in each pupil as an individual, what better way to begin...