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19th October 2017

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Rhona Crewe Dance teacher “I teach dance to children of all ages, and also to adults, so people like you and your mummies and daddies. I used to be a professional dancer, so I danced on stage, on TV, and in different shows.” “I grew…

Rhona Crewe

Dance teacher

“I teach dance to children of all ages, and also to adults, so people like you and your mummies and daddies. I used to be a professional dancer, so I danced on stage, on TV, and in different shows.”

“I grew up in a tiny place in Shropshire: there were only 30 children in my whole school! I went to dance school from the age of three. All I ever wanted to do was dancing. I used to ask my mum, ‘why can’t I just dance all the time?’ When I was 18 I came to London to train as a dancer.”

“Being a dancer is a really short career, about 10 years. Now I’ve had two children and I teach dancing. My dream is to teach all styles of dance, not just ballet but contemporary, street, hip-hop, everything. Ballet is basic for dancers: it’s like Maths and English, you need to learn the basics. But I really like contemporary; it’s more free.”

“Keep following your dreams. Don’t let anyone tell you to do anything else. Stick to your dreams, work hard, and it will be okay!”

Rhona showed Nursery and Reception how to dance like jumping beans, jelly beans, French beans…

 

 

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