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Our history to now

Nazene Danielle has been established in educating children and young adults for 20 years.


Establishing Nazene Danielle's Dance Dynamix in 2000, Nazene and her Faculty have trained hundreds of individuals in Dance and Performing Arts. Training has been through the ISTD, RAD and LAMDA syllabi progressing students through to vocational exams, moulding accomplished young adults who have gone on to succeed in the industry.

Opening a Performing Arts college in 2015, the NDDD faculty extended their curriculum to provide training for 16+ in BTEC Level 3 Extended Diplomas and Teacher Training Level 4 Diplomas with the ISTD, RAD and IDTA.

This department is continually developing with lots of talented young adults securing work in the industry both teaching and performing.

Many of our alumni hold world wide dance titles and are the recipients of prestigious national awards. Also, many students have worked in the West End and National Tours including Lead Roles in Newsies, Billy Elliot and Matilda, as well as securing roles on Netflix, Cruises and UK Arena Tours.

The focused, disciplined, nurturing and creative approach to study the NDDD Faculty have always implemented, allows our students to develop a strong longing for discovery, making them keen for further discovery and shaping them into well- rounded, determined individuals.


We are excited to now bring this level of training to Nazene Danielle

School of Performing Arts, offering secondary education to create life-long learners and creative, hard working individuals that are keen to learn and discover what the world has to offer the



Our school mission is to provide an education that cultivates courteous, independent and creative thinkers.

We allow our students' passionate interests to be unlocked and explored alongside excelling academically, practically, emotionally and socially in a purposeful school environment.

Our independence allows us to have a direct focal point on the individual, be responsive to change and provide a broad, innovative educational journey for our pupils.

Small class sizes allow more focus from the teacher to student, more opportunities to take part and express their opinions and more tailored technical training which enables students to be more educationally engaged and stimulated. 

Embedding Professional Performing Arts training into the curriculum allows students to balance their academic and Performing Arts studies in an environment that understands the desire to succeed in both.



 ‘A positive attitude gives you power over your circumstances instead of your circumstances having power over you.”

Joyce Meyer

Approach tasks with a positive and optimistic mindset. Possess a ‘can-do’ attitude. Be willing to try in all areas. Remain persist with challenges. Help our friends. Be kind to ourselves and accept when others compliment us.



“Respect your efforts, respect yourself. Self-respect leads to self-discipline. When you have both firmly under your belt, that's real power.” Clint Eastwood


Always hold regard for others rights, opinions and wishes. Always aim to earn respect from others. Always have a gracious attitude. Practise being humble, thoughtful and considerate. Celebrate your own and other abilities, qualities and achievements.



“You must take personal responsibility. You cannot change the circumstances, the seasons, or the wind, but you can change yourself.”

Jim Rohn

Be capable of making rational and moral decisions. Hold accountability for our behaviour. Keep our word to others. Ensure we can be trusted and relied upon. Be present and on time for all commitments.



​​ “It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change.” Charles Darwin

Develop the ability to overcome obstacles. Develop strong problem-solving skills. Cultivate self-awareness. Build up the ability to remain calm in all situations.


“Carry out a random act of kindness, with no expectation of reward, safe in the knowledge that one day someone might do the same for you.” Princess Diana

Treat others how you wish to be treated. Strive to be supportive, encouraging and inspiring to others. Be friendly to staff and students. Be always well-mannered to staff and students. Show empathy towards others. Offer to lend a helping hand where possible.


“Those who are crazy enough to think they can change the world usually do.” Steve Jobs

Demonstrate an ability to consistently work hard. Remain focused on achieving your targets. Place emphasis on your own development. Encourage others around you to remain focused. Take risks with your learning. Be curious and eager to learn.



“Whoever is careless with the truth in small matters cannot be trusted with important matters.” Albert Einstein

Demonstrate the ability to be open and sincere with staff and other students. Always remain transparent with staff and other students. Feel confident and comfortable to voice your opinion or concerns. Express integrity to your friends. Adhere to school boundaries without question.



“We are all alike, on the inside” Mark Twain

Ensure you treat everyone as equal. Do not discriminate against staff or students. Treat others how you wish to be treated. (This links to our value of Kindness.) Respect the values and opinions of others that both differ from and support your own views.



“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” Helen Keller

Go above and beyond what is asked of you. Develop the ability to adapt quickly in all situations to benefit the greater good. Display high levels of commitment at all times. Ensure you are a reliable member of our school so that staff and students can count on your help and skills. Welcome working in collaboration with staff and other students. Demonstrate active and effective listening. Build positive, meaningful and happy friendships with other students. Create constructive and well-balanced relationships with staff and other students.


Our pupils performing in The Wizard of Oz

St Helen's Theatre Royal October 2021




To provide an education that inspires a love of learning and cultivates courteous, independent and creative thinkers. To provide a broad, flexible and forward-thinking curriculum which is regularly reviewed. To provide teaching by highly knowledgeable educators with high expectations for our students which challenges and stimulates pupils as well as encouraging innovation, imagination, skill, articulacy and flair. Provide students with inspirational teachers who successfully demonstrate the ethos of our school and are invested in the students’ development as well as their own continued professional development. Provide a safe, encouraging environment that offers excellent pastoral care and a warm family feel. Ensure everyone feels valued as an individual and has the support to develop their self-esteem. Provide and support students with responsibilities so they become strong independent adults. Promote the importance of empathy and consideration to others. To instil the highest standard of positive behaviour, respect, manners, dress and speech and a desire to always aim for excellence. Along with the school's values, we aim to create courteous, sociable and caring citizens. Value students as individuals. Recognise and celebrate their varied talents, potential and achievements.


Our Ethos is to provide an excellent learning experience from inspirational teachers that promotes a lifelong love of learning to our students. We provide our students with a wealth of academic, cultural and performing opportunities in a safe and caring environment. Our students will always feel supported and valued due to our importance placed on strong pastoral care. High expectations for behaviour, respect and manners and instilling our values within our students' learning will ensure our students live successful, happy and fulfilled adult lives.

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