The School of Dance has been running for over 40 years. After attending the school as a child myself, I was thrilled to take over the School in later years. Read more...
Welcome to The School of Dance Watlington
Teaching you the love of dance
I Love to Teach
The School of Dance Watlington is in association with the OFQual registered BBO dance and has been running for over 40 years. My passion for dancing began at an early age and at just 3 years old, I joined The School of Dance myself. I went on to vocational dance school in London (LSC) for a year then I finished my diploma of HE at Bodywork Company Cambridge. I have enjoyed many experiences after this, from working on cruise ships and my time with Spirit Productions and subsequently traveling all over the world. Finally I came back home to start a family of my own and I was thrilled to take over The School of Dance Watlington. I gained my teaching qualifications along the way.
“Don’t judge me I’m going full out”
Exams, Awards & Achievements
I love to see my students progress
The School of Dance is in association with the BBO – dance, this is our examination board, it is OFQual registered and all graded examination students gain UCAS points.
Here at The School of Dance in Watlington, I hold a Prize Giving every year where all of my students come to collect their certificates from exams over the year.
Those students that are lucky enough to have got a distinction in their exams are awarded a prize. We also have many trophies to give out. Some of these include The School Cup and The Penny Trophy from the former principle and founder of the school. We also give away a full scholarship to one student for the year! A big congratulations to my students who have developed so well and gone off to professional collage.
- Poppy skipper – attending Bodywork company – Cambridge
- Sophie sharp – attending Bodywork company – Cambridge
- Isabelle Hume/ Connie Duncan/ Hannah Futter – Have BBO scholarships
- Connie Duncan – awarded artistic interpretation award at BBO dance days
- Connie Duncan – English Youth Ballet scholarship performing in Cinderella in Hollywood- Theatre Royal Norwich
- Isabelle Hume – English youth ballet – Cinderella in Hollywood – Theatre Royal Norwich
- Many of my girls have performed for the professional pantomime at King’s Lynn Corn Exchange.
What my students say
I’ve been going to the watlington school of dance since I was 3 years old and have always loved it! Emily is an amazing teacher and makes the lessons so enjoyable which makes me love it even more ! Going to Emily’s has made me want to become a dance teacher when I’m older and I would like do the same as she did . If you don’t go already I definitely recommend you going because I enjoy it so much and I’m going to be devastated when I’m older when I have to leave and hopefully go on to do bigger things ! – Izzy
Watlington School of Dance is a warm and welcoming place where I was given the opportunity to dance and to explore my creativity. It offers training in a range of dance styles which, whilst enjoyable, also allows you to improve and progress quickly. I was truly inspired by Emily Law who encouraged me to pursue my dream of dancing. Her love of dancing is infectious and she passed this on to me, along with her vast knowledge of this wonderful art form.- sophie
Dance StudentModern Dance
Professional , Friendly and most of all enjoyable – Chloe
Fun, exciting and energetic – Rose
Dance StudentsModern, Flex and Ballet
Emily and her amazing girls and dance school have been an inspiration to my daughter! Watlington School of dancing has brought out the confidence and true potential of a child that was so lacking in both. As parents this is such an amazing feet and would recommend to all.