We at Roynon Performing Arts are extremely proud of our experienced, passionate, diverse and qualified teaching team.
We feel extremely privileged as well to have them on board and able to call them one of our own!
RPA students are supported and nurtured in every step of their performing arts journey, gaining important life skills they are able to use on and off stage, such as presentation skills, confidence, following instructions, memory, as well as enhanced self-esteem and physical/mental wellbeing. None of this would be possible without our dedicated teaching team…
Gary (Mr. Munday) facilitates musical instrument teaching (guitar, bass, ukulele, percussion) and also organises marketing and press enquiries for the performing arts school.
Miss April started dancing at the age of 2 mainly training in Tap, Ballet and Modern Theatre.
Miss Charlie started dancing at the age of 3 and gradually picked up many different dance styles as she grew up.
Miss Ellie started dancing at the age of 4 at the Kim Ellen School of Dance in Fareham.
Miss Emma started ballet aged 3, tap & modern at 5. She enjoys performing & has taken numerous exams working up through the grades to vocational levels.
Julia trained at Redroofs Theatre School and then Rose Bruford College, graduating with a BA hons in Theatre Studies.
Kirsty began dancing from the age of 3 in Tap, Modern and Ballet styles and later took on Musical Theatre and Contemporary.
Miss Lucy trained as a scholarship student at The Legat School of Classical Ballet from the age of 13.
After teaching freelance for several years, took over the Swanmore arm of Roynon in 2009.
Siobhan Chown has been involved in the dance industry for most of her life… She trained in Watford with the eminent International Examiner Elizabeth Harrison from the age of 7yrs.