St Albans Church Hall, Pretoria Road, Streatham
Elite School of Dance and Drama has been established for 15 years and offers classes in Street Dance, Freestyle, Jazz, Commercial, Ballroom, Latin American and Drama. Elite’s ethos is ‘Love, Dance, Live’ and we strive to provide all of our students with the best possible training whilst ensuring all classes are fun and enjoyable. We aim to build confidence, technique and fitness.
Elite has classes for all ages and abilities, whether it be dancing for fun and fitness or to compete as part of a team at competitions across the country.
Elite has four competition teams who compete regularly at events across the country. Elite’s dancers compete in solo, duo, quad, group and team events and have had many great successes. Our oldest team Rouge’ have won the IDTA Nationwide Street Dance Finals, BDO South Coast Street Dance Finals, SDI Home Counties Street Dance Championships and many more. Our younger teams Mini Rouge’, ‘Sapphire’ and ‘Elite Smallstarz’ have also had many achievements and are following in Rouge’s footsteps as successful competition teams.
At Elite School of Dance and Drama we hold two IDTA Medal Test sessions every year with fantastic results. Elite not only offers it students the opportunity to compete and take dance exams but we also put on two full-scale productions every year. Some of our productions include Hairspray’, ‘Versus an Elite Battle Performance’, ‘Written in the Stars’, ‘A Journey Through Dance and Beyond’ and This is it’.
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As a Teacher and Dancer Caroline has achieved qualifications in Ballroom, Latin American, Modern Jazz and Freestyle, obtaining Honors in all of her Professional examinations with the IDTA. Over the years Caroline has choreographed for many performances and competitions, winning Street Dance championships at a National level and producing some of our country’s best competitors. Caroline has a wealth of experience teaching children and adults of all ages, heading up dance programs for local community projects as well as teaching in private dance schools, choreographing for Gymnastics Display Teams and training professionals.
Caroline’s father (Guy Howard) is the author of ‘The Technique of Ballroom Dancing’ which was published by the IDTA in 1976 and is used world wide for professional examinations. Guy was inducted into Americas Dancing Hall of Fame in 1978 in recognition of his outstanding work and devotion to the dancing Profession.
Nicole first started to take dance classes at the age of 3, instantly drawn to dancing more than any other activity. At the age of 4, Nicole began to attend classes at Elite School of Dance and Drama, participating in the Freestyle, Street dance and Latin American classes. As the years went on she continued to take regular classes at Elite and her passion for dancing grew as she did.
Nicole has taken part in many different dance performances with Elite, becoming more involved as her age and ability increased. These performances contributed to an ever-growing love and passion for dance and encouraged Nicole’s decision to study dance at GCSE and Level 3. After completing her studies at school, Nicole decided to work towards the Associate qualification in Freestyle Dance with the IDTA, passing with Distinction/Honours in December 2014. Nicole is keen to continue her studies and achieve further qualifications with the IDTA in Freestyle Dance, Ballroom and Latin dancing in the future.
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