Student and Staff Achievements
NPA students and staff are achieving outstanding results around the world
2010 - John Murphy accepted to train full time in Singapore & currently working professionally in Singapore (Rojak TV Show)
2010 - Miyako Miyazaki accepted to train full time at Wellington Performing Arts (Diploma in Performing Arts). Went on to teach at various academies and studios in Japan and gained a JSDA Qualification (Japanese Street Dance Association)
2015 - NPA were National Champions at the Showcase Dance Championships held in Gold Coast Australia in the teen division for broadway jazz.
2015 - Isabella Christie National Champion in the teen division for classical ballet at the Showcase Dance Championships held in Gold Coast Australia.
2015 - Quinn Annemans accepted into the Edge full-time training programme for 2017 intake on a full scholarship (Melbourne Australia)
2015 - Belle Sergeev made it to the final top 10 petite dancers at the Get the Beat national dance championships held in Gold Coast Australia. Belle was also awarded national champion in the U8 hip hop category and runner up in the U8 jazz category.
2016 - Belle Sergeev top 10 in the petite dancer of the year category at the Showcase National Championships held in Gold Coast Australia. Belle was also runner-up in her division for both contemporary and jazz & the 3rd highest scoring soloist overall in the Elite Petite division.
2016 - Emma Aley accepted into the NZ school of dance associate programme (contemporary)
2016 - Belle Sergeev & Isabella Christie accepted into the Lucy Ellis all stars elite training & development programme.
2016 - Alicia Chadwick-Cook awarded most outstanding jazz choreography overall at the ACDA competition held in April.
Jan 2017 -Emma Aley. Runner-up in the league of champions at Showcase held at Gold Coast Australia
Emma Aley & Belle Sergeev photographed by Jay Hunter Photography 2016.