JENNIFER ELLISON MASTERCLASS WORKSHO

In October 2016 we hosted a masterclass workshop taken by ‘Jennifer Ellison, assisted by world dance champions, Eleiyah Navis and Harry Smallman.  Jennifer is a well-known TV star from ‘Dance Mums UK’, a former model, West End performer, actress from Brookside, Dancing on Ice star as well as a professional singer and dancer. She currently runs a well-known studio and stage school named ‘Jelli Studios’ in Liverpool.

Around 30 dancers between the ages of 7yrs to 16yrs were taught techniques and routines in both modern jazz and lyrical dance, which was then followed by a question & answer session with opportunities for photographs and personalised autographs.

More pictures available in our gallery page

SUMMER HOLIDAY WORKSHOPS – AUGUST 16 FROZEN & MARY POPPINS

SUMMER HOLIDAY WORKSHOPS – AUGUST 16

FROZEN & MARY POPPINS

 

We ran two workshops at tour studios, ‘Frozen’ & ‘Mary Poppins’, for children in the community, aged 3 yrs upwards. These were run by two West End Professional performers, Sophie & Kate, with credits including ‘We Will Rock You (London), & ‘Love Me Tender’ (UK Tour). Both Sophie & Kate have also appeared on BBC Television and worked with many celebrities including Gareth Gates, Ruth Henshall & Shawn Williamson.

A final show was performed to parents, family and friends with fantastic feedback.

 

Thank you to Sophie & Kate for making great memories for the children

 

Pictures from both workshops were uploaded to our gallery section

Cheerleading

Jaide teaches ‘Cheerleading’ to UKL3, and has produced a group of ‘Cheerleading County Champions’

Her group called the  ‘Dunchurch Diamonds’ whom she teaches on a weekly basis at Dunchurch School, take part in a procession, followed by a performance  in their local annual carnival/fete and have performed at the ‘Cheerleading Championships’ at Xcel in Coventry

March Exam Results – Rugby Advertiser article

Smiles all round as dancers celebrate top marks

Happy days at Jaide’s Stage Studios Performing Arts School as it celebrates as these students celebrate their latest exam results. They were among some 35 students who took almost loo exams between them, with a zoo per cent pass rate. They passed various dance grades and medal tests through the IDTA (International Dance Teachers Association).

Principal Jaide Ellery-Martin said: “All my students are so supportive and committed, they thrive on working towards exams, the shows and our festivals, and their results are reflected by their commitment and passion to perform, gaining exceptional marks. “We are now working hard towards our biannual show performance at the end of June. We are all very ex-cited and can’t wait to show off their skills and talent to a public audience,” she added.

 

Below article from Rugby Observer

Rugby dancers show

Article copied from Coventry Telegraph

Link to Coventry Telegraph

 

A local dance studio is celebrating the recent success of a 100 per cent pass rate in exam results.

Jaide Ellery-Martin, principal of Jaide’s Stage Studios Performing Arts in Rugby, recently announced the results to the 40 students who took part in a total of 100 dance-based examinations.

The exams comprised of dance grades and medal tests through the International Dance Teachers Association (IDTA), which are all nationally recognised qualifications.

Dancer, Jessica Hardy, 12, is training under Jaide as a student teacher at the studio and took her Gold Bar Freestyle Exam, obtaining a high mark of 91 per cent.

Jaide said: “All my students have been so supportive and committed since the birth of my little boy ten months ago and were so determined to please me that they excelled themselves even more.

“I am so proud that they not only did this for me, but that they also surprised themselves at the same time with their excellent results.

“They thrive on working towards exams, the shows and festivals, and their results are reflected by their commitment and passion to perform.

“This last year has been one of the most rewarding for me, both personally and for my students, who have not only worked exceptionally hard, but who all have a positive vision for their future in dance.”