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  1. Thanks Jan. His email address is: rupertpennefather@outlook.com He is away until next week.
  2. Were you able to access his contact email Alison? He has said to me that as he has a designated email address just for private coaching, he's happy for me to list his email address if I'm allowed by the moderators?
  3. For any young DS’s (or DD’s) out there, I’ve heard that ex Royal Ballet Company Principal Rupert Pennefather will be taking on a few students for private weekly coaching, mainly based at IAF. He taught my Dd pas de deux last year before she went to Central and he was absolutely fantastic. I can’t give his email out but I believe he’s contactable via LinkedIn.
  4. They are Sarah. They're yours if you'd like them. I can send you my bank details and then email you the e-tickets. Many thanks, Fiona
  5. Two tickets in row B for tonight's sold out screening of Manon. £15 face value, selling them at £10 each. "On Friday 28 December 2018, the Royal Opera House Cinema Festival continues with Kenneth MacMillan’s tragic masterpiece Manon. One of the most moving ballet dramas of all time, Manon is full of spectacular choreography which demands powerful actors as well as gifted dancers. Royal Ballet Principal Sarah Lamb stars in the title role, opposite Vadim Muntagirov"
  6. Thanks Stellar, unfortunately we need two tickets and need to be sitting. Thank you so much though
  7. 1 or 2 tickets for any of these performances please. Anywhere except Amphitheatre (Amphitheatre considered for 22nd). Many thanks.
  8. Hi Bill, i would the tickets please! ive PM’d you. Very many thanks, Fiona
  9. From my friends in that actual year group
  10. Thank you, my Dd is one of the lucky ones who has been offered a place at one of the top schools this year. When it’s your time to be in Year 11 and know how it feels to go through the US process, how distressing it is for parents and students to have No’s or WL with their futures and everything they’ve worked for hanging in the balance, you’ll realise how insensitive it is to post about other’s success unnecessarily in order to inflate the profile of a school. I can’t correct what you’ve posted without identify people, but what you and Amos73 are stating is wholly incorrect I’m afraid.
  11. Yes, YDA train with WLSD in the evenings (rather than the other way around). One of the girls from WLSD who’s been offered ENBS has just been doing one Saturday class a week since the end of last year, the other is not exclusively trained by WLSD. The two boys have been there a few years though but the girl for one year. i think it’s important to paint an unbiased account when it comes to Year 11 results as prospective parents rely on these to make important decisions about school choices. this is not to take away from YDA’s success though.
  12. For a small school their results are very good, but I’m afraid that it was in fact two students offered ENBS from WLSD, (one joined in September), one girl who joined YDA this year and two boys. They have done very well however placing all their students in great schools again.
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