Miss Ashleigh Whittall - Dance Teacher
NATD, BBO, PBT, Acrobatic Arts, BA (Hons)
Ashleigh started dancing at a very young age of 3 and has always
had a huge passion for dance teaching with experience in both private
and educational sectors. Over the years Ashleigh has performed in
various productions and events throughout Worcestershire including
Strictly Worcestershire 2015 and supporting Worcester Wolves
Basketball and much more.
Throughout her Dance Education, Miss Ashleigh achieved her CGSE and AS/A-Level qualifications in dance along with her RAD Graded and Vocational Ballet Examinations.
In 2020, Miss Ashleigh gained her Degree in Dance and Community Practice BA (hons), focusing specifically on dance technique, dancer’s health/wellbeing and learning and teaching methods. She also was awarded her Level 4 and 5 Diploma in Dance Teaching with the British Ballet Organisation (BBO). Ashleigh also holds the NATD Contemporary Teaching Diploma, Acrobatic Arts Level 1 and Acrobatic Arts Aerial and Backhand-spring Teaching Certifications. Ashleigh continues to develop her learning and is currently working towards her Level 4 IDTA Ballet certificate. Miss Ashleigh continues to further her training in order to create the best possible teaching and learning opportunities for her students. Miss Ashleigh enjoys teaching every student here at the Academy and all individuals in various educational settings. She enjoys being able to train students dance and performance technique for examinations, shows and performances. Miss Ashleigh looks forward to helping each and every student reach their full potential during her classes at the Academy.
Dance Teaching Qualifications
(BBO) Level 4 Diploma in Dance Teaching
(BBO) Level 5 Diploma in Dance Teaching
(NATD) Contemporary Dance Teaching Diploma
(Acrobatic Arts) Module 1 Certified Teacher
(Acrobatic Arts) Aerial and Back handspring
(PBT) Junior, Senior and Advanced Programme
(BGU) Pom and Jazz
(IDTA) Level 4 Teaching Ballet Certificate (in progress)
BA(Hons) Dance and Community Practice