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"Children remember key people from their childhood and I know 100%, Bex will be one of those people for my daughter. She holds a very special place in my daughters list of people she adores. 
My daughter started her first workshop with Bex a few days after turning 5 and shortly after a parents evening at school where I was told she was worryingly shy. It was touch and go if she would want to go back after being strongly encouraged to attend. Oh my word I could see from that very first class that she was going to love it. Fast forward 3 and half years and hundreds of classes, many workshops and some amazing shows later my daughter lives for her next class with Bex.
The classes, workshops and shows! They are just fantastic and run so well. The communication back home is great and really helpful for parents of kids with busy social life’s. The shows at the end of the workshop weeks or busy terms are the icing on the cake and just fab and so entertaining.
Bex knows all her students so well and how to get the best from them. Treating them as individuals and speaking to them like equals. She doesn’t demand respect but gets it.
I can’t thank Bex enough for the amazing memories she has made happen for my daughter and in turn the confidence this has given her. I would encourage anyone to join Bex on her new venture as I’m certain you won’t regret it. "


"What I love the most about Bex is that she sees each child as unique, and takes the time to learn about them to be able to build up the relationship, to gain their trust and help with the child's esteem and individual needs. Bex always goes above and beyond. For these reasons I would, and have, recommended Bex to fellow parents. Thought has gone into all learning objectives and you can always see how much the children have grown from the last session. Bex truly wants her students to grow, learn and have fun along the way. I can't thank Bex enough, she truly is like an extended member of our family.

My daughter recently wrote in a piece of school work that her idea of a role model was her Drama teacher Bex - Says it all!"

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