St. Mary's Hall, Ashwell Avenue
Rayners School of Dancing offers many opportunities for all it’s students from the age of three to take part in a wide range of classes and one to one lessons.
Whether students are dancing as a hobby or IDTA examinations we hope to create a friendly, social, fun environment in which to learn from complete beginners to advanced and professionals.
Looking at becoming an IDTA professional Teacher. Rayners offers teacher training at all levels whether it is your first examination or continued professional development to gain higher qualifications in 13 ballroom subjects. Assistance with routines or class and exam practice.
Whatever your level Rayners looks forward to welcoming you to the studio to start learning and having fun with our highly motivated and qualified staff.
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Dallas is principal of the school and has been an IDTA qualified teacher for 34 years and has been lucky enough to also be an IDTA examiner for the past 25 years.
Running her own school for more than twenty years and working at Rayners for thirty - one years and due to Jack and Carol Rayner retiring is now principal of the school.
Dallas enjoys working with all levels from beginners to high grade professionals, the fun of all these lessons and watching people achieve their aims and progress still gives her great joy.
Many past students are now full-time teachers in either IDTA or educational schools, many progressing on to further dance training at university levels or just getting out there and dancing.
Nuala is head of the junior side of the school she has been dancing at Rayners for over 20 years and teaching for the last 10 years. Nuala also works for Central School of Speech and Drama.
Nuala currently trains Rayners charity dance team as well as choreographer for all the Junior work in the school.
As an ADFP Championship dancer is well aware of the competitive scene and also partnering at many IDTA medallist Ballroom and Latin competitions and finals.
Ruth takes many of Rayners adult sections, qualified in Ballroom, Latin and Freestyle giving her a grasp of various aspects of dance. Ruth is also a musician playing in a local band.
Her understanding and approach to her students is lovely to see in action. Getting non-dancers moving around the floor and enjoying learning is her goal, then giving the technical understanding in order to build on your lessons.
Ruth has taken part in IDTA medallist competitions in the past and likes the social aspect of dancing.
Liz is a highly motivated teacher with a bright personality. Has been dancing for many years and competed and won many IDTA medallist competition sections.
Liz also runs a school of her own in Northamptonshire where she lives. She enjoys working with everyone but of late has worked a lot with wedding couples and choreographed their special dance with great success.
Rod's personality and learning style enables students to understand their work fully before going on to higher things.
Rod has danced for many years and still enjoys the Ballroom social scene. So running the Rayners practice night on a Sunday evening is something he enjoys.
Continues his professional development and attends IDTA teacher meetings throughout the year.
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