The Helen O' Grady Academy is extremely proud of its teachers. Our award-winning curriculum is excellent, so we ensure that we have equally brilliant teachers to implement our programme.
Our selection process for teachers is extremely stringent. We are meticulous when it comes to background screening – including police conduct reports and references from previous employers, as well as qualifications.
All our teachers follow a rigid training programme before final accreditation by the Academy. Because our teaching techniques are constantly developing, training is an on-going process and seminars are held before each term begins to ensure that we are all at the top of our game.
Our teachers are supervised throughout the scholastic year.
We do all this to ensure that our students get the very best! And their parents have peace of mind, knowing that their children are in safe hands.
Patsy Chetcuti (MA Dance Studies) is trained in Contemporary, jazz, Ballet and Spanish dance. She currently works as a dance teacher, choreographer, and a drama teacher with this academy.
Her extensive research into choreography, creating and different pedagogies has allowed Patsy to become an asset to Helen O' Grady. Patsy has been teaching dance to children of all ages in various dance and drama schools since the age of 18, which has allowed her gain lots of knowledge and expertise in the field. She hopes her passion and energy for the arts echoes in her student's development.
Patsy has co-created the Dance at HOG programme together with Emma Loftus. She is also heading the Dance programme.