Miss Natasha Webb


The performing arts have always played an important role in my life, attending singing, dancing and drama lesson from a young age, performing in a variety of contrasting shows from classical singing music festivals, pantomines/Shakespeare plays, competitions to dance & drama shows. After completing examinations in all aspects of the arts, and 3 years at Ecosse Performers College, I decided I wanted to set up my dance school with the ambition of sharing my passion and the love of the arts to inspire and motivate all ages. Wheather the students enrol in the classes as a hobbie or with the aim of being a star, I want all my students to achieve and excel to the best of their abilities. 


I am also a fully qualified teacher within the eductation setting, on completion of my Level 6 Diploma in Dance Teaching and Learning and then going on and finalising my teaching knowledge and progression by completing my QTLS- Qualifided Teacher & Learning Status, allowing myself to teach within the govenment education system in both schools and colleges. Having completed my training to become a teacher within the education system I feel I have learnt so many valuable skills and tools that I use within my current teaching practice within the extra curricular dance setting, enabling my teaching and the students learning to the best of my knowledge, current to todays learning and development expectations, as well as diverse but still maintaining the structure of the graded National Association of Teachers of Dancing syllabus. 


I have two small children, who both attend dance & performing classes and I hope that one day they will also love the arts as much as I do. Watching my own children and all of my students grow and develop through their time at Young Performers is a greatly rewarding.


So whether your child is looking for a new activity or cant stop singing and dancing everywhere they go, Young Performers offers children from the age of 2 the oppportunity to learn new skills, keep active and progress through their performing journey, achieveing and building confidence in a fun and educational learning environment.




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