Meet the team

Mrs Nicola - Principle

Nicola has taught many children that have gone on to get agents, star in commercials and even perform in the West End. If you’re serious about performing then you will have the opportunity to learn and grow at a quick pace. And if you simply enjoy singing and dancing and just want to have fun, you will certainly do a lot of that too!!



Tiny Pixies

Emma started dancing at the age of 3 at North Central Herts School Of Dance. Here she learnt Ballet, Tap, Modern Theatre and Jazz, following the ISTD syllabus and taking exams in all genres. 

She has performed in Stevenage Pantomimes at the Gordon Craig Theatre 5 years running, as well as establishments such as The Royal Albert Hall and Disney Land Paris. 

At the age of 14 she started Commercial and Contemporary dance, which allowed her to expand her style and knowledge further.

Emma started assisting alongside her dance teacher, helping out with the younger students and taking on more responsibilities. She has always wanted to be a Dance teacher from a very young age and this strengthened her passion for teaching.

Qualifications include Personal Training, Acro, ISTD Tap & Modern, Studying ISTD DDE Ballet.

Her passion and enthusiasm for dancing, singing & acting is something she wants to share with others and hopes to encourage pupils. And most importantly she wants her students to have fun! 


Musical Theatre

Tash trained from a very young age, attending top performing arts schools including The Arts Education School Tring Park, The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and The British Ballet Organisation where she recently achieved her Level 4  Diploma in Dance Education. Tash has been teaching dance and musical theatre full time for the past 4 years. She loves working with children and building their confidence and bringing the best out of them! 

I want to create a new generation of all round talented, confident and fit young performers; to inspire young people to be the very best they can be. I aim to develop the students’ confidence and ability, improve their health & fitness and provide a safe/secure resource for parents. I am experienced in performance management, shows and events oversight and group instruction. Dedicated to sharing a love of dance with students of all ages, as well as proper dance techniques and conditioning exercises for long-term success in the art. I always ensure that everything I do is to the most professional level.


Tiny Pixies

Kaitland began dancing at the age of 3 and learned many dance techniques with the ISTD and IDTA exam boards including, ballet, tap, jazz, disco freestyle, street and rock ‘n’ roll. Later at the age of 12, she also began learning ballroom and latin. During this time, she successfully auditioned for local pantomimes and musicals, and competed nationally for 10 years in disco freestyle and rock ‘n’ roll.
She’s proud to have won several regional awards, as well as becoming winner and runner up in several national events!

Kaitland has always loved sharing her knowledge of dance and assisting in classes at her local dance schools from a young age. When she finished competing at 17, she began to run private lessons for dance students, who themselves went on to win regional and national competitions.

After finishing her A levels, she went to university and received a BA (Hons) in Contemporary Dance at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in London. Here she challenged herself technically and creatively, learning new dance techniques and embracing new choreographic tasks. During her third year at university, she worked with the ISTD to achieve her Associate teaching qualification in street dance and was awarded top marks.

Since leaving university she has been teaching across many age ranges and styles and is looking to expand her teaching experience even further with Tiny Pixies! “I’m super excited to be able to help introduce the performing arts to our Tiny Pixies! I can’t wait to share my love of dance with you!”