Rosemary Lane RAD RTS


Rosemary has been teaching dance in and around Milton Keynes since 2001. Born and raised in Manchester, Rosemary trained as a teacher with the Royal Academy of Dance following her own professional dancing career. She co-founded the school with esteemed local teacher Kathleen Woollard. Kathleen retired in 2005 and Rosemary will always be indebted to her for her guidance and inspiration.

Throughout her years of teaching, Rosemary has prepared many children and young people for successful attainment in Royal Academy of Dance ballet examinations. She has also embraced the Academy’s new curriculum designed to improve the teaching of pre-school children, ensuring her very youngest dancers receive the best possible start. 


Past and present students have successfully auditioned for associate programmes and full-time vocational training at leading ballet schools including The Royal Ballet School, Elmhurst School for Dance, English National Ballet School and Central School of Ballet.

Passionate about teaching ballet to students of all ages, Rosemary aspires to use her expertise to help every child, teenager and adult who enters her studio to reach their full potential.

Gemma Clark ARAD, RTS

Ballet Teacher

Gemma began dancing at the age of 2 in her home town in Scotland. She studied the RAD syllabus and at age 9 successfully auditioned to join the Junior Associate programme of Scottish Ballet. Gemma then went on to full time vocational training at The Dance School of Scotland where she gained her Advanced 2 Ballet with Distinction and was awarded ARAD from the Royal Academy of Dance.

In 2013, Gemma furthered her vocational training at Elmhurst Ballet School in Birmingham where she gained a Diploma in Professional Dance. During her final year of training Gemma was given the opportunity to perform the soloist role Alaskan Rag, in Elite Syncopations and was privileged to perform with Birmingham Royal Ballet on the UK tour of Sir Kenneth Macmillan’s "Romeo and Juliet”

After completing her education Gemma made the decision to move into a teaching career and was awarded Registered Teacher Status from the RAD. Gemma is also a certified Progressing Ballet Technique Teacher.


Gemma has been teaching at RLSB for 3 years now and has received great praise for her commitment and hard work to each and every student encouraging them to reach their full potential and develop a true love of dance. 

All of the teaching faculty at The Rosemary Lane Ballet School are fully qualified and DBS checked.

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Kings Community Centre, Creed St, Wolverton, Milton Keynes MK12 5LY, UK

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