Emma’s teaching philosophy is to inspire, educate and support her students to enable them to discover and achieve their innate potential. Through mindful attention and tuition, Emma is able to identify and address the individual needs of each student. Through her commitment, passion, meticulous nature and the pride she has for her work, along with the supportive and nurturing environment she provides, her students are guaranteed to thrive in their learning under her guidance. This process leads each individual on a journey of self discovery and growth enabling them to develop imperative life skills, become solid communicators and performers whilst building their confidence and self esteem. As a result students emerge as empowered, engaged and compassionate members of their communities.
Emma has worked with children of all ages, abilities and cultures over the past 25 years.
Emma is a qualified Speech and Drama Specialist holding the LSDE Teacher’s Qualification awarded from LAMDA (London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art).
Emma is a member of Spotlight, Equity and The Actors Guild of Great Britain (TAG) as well as a member of the MSTSD (Society of Teachers of Speech and Drama) and the DLT (Directory of LAMDA teachers).
Emma regularly reviews and writes for WORD MATTERS, a publication of the Society of Teachers of Speech & Drama (STSD) as well as writes and delivers educational workshops and seminars to teachers across Dubai for EYES (Early Years Educational Services); her most recent workshop being ‘The Benefits of Drama in the Early Years Setting’.
Emma has and continues to write and deliver creative workshops and stage productions based around the dramatic skill set to children of all ages and cultures across the globe.
Emma produces live theatre for children across the MENA region.
Emma’s most recent book review entitled ‘All Change Please’ can be seen in the summer 2018 edition of the STSD WORD MATTERS publication.
‘A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops’ – Henry Adams