Our students’ success lies in the quality of our teaching. Our teachers are key to this School. With any training school, the results should speak for themselves.
At Peploe-Williams Academy we’re particularly proud to publish ours throughout the year on our website & to our customers.
We are part of CDET(Council for Dance Education & Training) which gives Parents comfort that their child is being taught by the right Teachers.
Our West End stage, film and television contacts and connections are formidable, and we are recognised as a quality source of fresh talent for the UK’s leading drama, vocal and dance schools.
All our teachers are successful, professional actors, dancers, choreographers, directors and vocalists.
They’ve ‘been there and done it’ and can share their coal-face experience in their teaching.
There are no shortcuts. To audition successfully for the leading colleges at age 16 or 18, you need a thorough grounding in all disciplines of the performing arts.
If you’re good at the end of our classes, workshops or summer schools, it means you’re very good. And we will always promote students with genuine potential!
If your ready to take that commitment come and join our School.
WHAT IS IT YOU LOVE ABOUT THE ACADEMY?
Some of our students gave up some time to explain what it is about the Peploe Williams Academy experience that makes it so enjoyable and infectiously inspiring.
Our Mission Statement & Values
PROUD NURTURERS OF UNIQUE TALENT OF FUTURE PERFORMERS
Our vision is to offer personal development for young performers through performing Arts experiences that help them to fulfil their full potential.
Our aim is to develop core skills and nurture and encourage existing talent ready to audition for a full-time Vocational Performance Arts College and for a professional career on the Stage, in Film, TV, and Theatre.
We will achieve our vision by offering intriguing and innovative performing Arts courses that challenge bodies, hearts, minds and spirits.
OUR OUR TEACHING FACULTY
ACTORs – CHOREOGRAPHERs – DIRECTORs – DANCERs
At just 11 years old, Emma Peploe Williams was accepted into the prestigious ballet school, Bush Davies, in East Grinstead, Sussex. Here she studied Dance, Ballet and Tap as well as doing her normal school studies.
MODERN DANCE TEACHER – MUSICAL THEATRE COURSE
Kat graduated from The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts with a BA Hons in Dance. She then went on to perform professionally as a dancer/choreographer in theatre, tv, film and the commercial sector.
ISTD Modern & Tap Teacher
Claire started dancing at the age of 3 at local dance schools and then went to train at Preston Dance College for 3 years at the age of 16. Here she gained her ISTD teaching qualifications in Modern, Tap and Ballet.