English National Ballet School
|Type||Independent Further Education|
|Principal and Chief Executive||Sue Wyatt|
|Artistic Director||Tamara Rojo|
|Chairman of Governors||Stephen Sacks|
|NQF Qualification||National Diploma in Professional Dance|
|Accreditations||Trinity College, London
Council for Dance Education & Training
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English National Ballet School is a specialist classical ballet school based in London in the United Kingdom. Founded in 1988, the school is the official associate school of English National Ballet, with many graduates becoming dancers with the company.
English National Ballet School, official School of English National Ballet is a specialist training centre for young ballet dancers aged 16 to 19.
The School was founded in 1988 by English National Ballet to train students for a professional career in dance. Today the School exists as a separate entity but maintains strong links with its parent company.
English National Ballet School has an associate programme, ENBS Juniors, for girls and boys aged 3 and up.
- Cynthia Harvey, Resident Guest Teacher