Having attained my BTech in performing arts and a B Tech in acting, I decided I wanted to teach children and young people. While I was studying I realised that working with children was more rewarding for me, so building Juke Box Drama and being the creative force is a really exciting position to be in.
I never tire of working towards the show, seeing the end result and watching the children develop along the way.
After working as a professional actress for 12 years, Liz Chambers obtained her PGCE in 2008 and has since been teaching drama in a variety of educational establishments.
She has taught BTEC Performing Arts, early years’ drama and music, planned and delivered drama courses for 3 – 19 year olds and now specialises in LAMDA examinations.
iz is passionate about developing a love of learning, literacy, communication, social skills and most importantly confidence in young people.
After achieving a BTEC diploma in Musical Theatre and Urban dance at the Brit School of Performing Arts I went on to train at Bodywork Dance Company where I was awarded a grade 8 in musical theatre with a dance emphasis. I am passionate about dance and how it links to well being and fitness.
As a Violinist I studied at the level of grade 8 and then went on to teach violin and piano, after leaving the Brit school. I feel so rewarded when I see the progress children make and their enjoyment working in the lesson, playing and performing.
My company, Margaret's Music LTD was established in June 2014 after I left my full time primary teaching post. We strive to work with families in the community to elevate the arts and to raise the profile of music in any community setting.
Our services are accessed by children age 0-17. I employ a wonderful team of teachers and staff who have worked with me in various capacities over the years.
We all have one thing in common. ..
We are passionate about what we do and our aim now is to make our classes and provision as accessible as possible for families from all backgrounds and all economic groups so that all our pupils are a true representation of the community we serve which is primarily Peckham, Nunhead and Bermondsey
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Since achieving my BTEC National Diploma in performing arts in 2010 I have been teaching all styles of urban and contemporary dance and as an artist I am involved in a number of dance groups, performing nationally. Dance has been my passion since my teen years and as a teacher I believe this is my opportunity to give back to the community. Dance has influenced me to be a positive person and I know it can have a same affect on my students.