ISTD Ballet & Street dance school,Caroline previously ran the Yorkshire Dance Academy Bradford, and has 15 years’ experience teaching dance to children and adults. A guest and resident teacher at several schools and colleges across West Yorkshire, she has taken previous students across the world for street dance competitions.Caroline herself began performing at a very young age in productions of Annie and The King And I at the Alhambra Theatre in Bradford.

The theatre became familiar to her as she worked for many years for QDOS Entertainment which produced a number of shows including pantomimes at the theatre. Caroline went on to train at Northern Ballet Manchester and Preston College. She started her professional career in London, appearing in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical Evita and Zoo Nation’s Into The Hoods, as well as performing at the iconic Café de Paris in the heart of the West End.

She took part in the national tour of Spirit Of The Dance’s One World. Caroline has also worked alongside big street-dance names Kenrick Sandy and Sisco Gomez, as well as choreographing for Darren Day and actor Johnathan Wrather. Caroline is a qualified dance teacher through the Imperial Society Of Teachers Of Dance and the United Dance Organisation and is DBS checked.