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Neala Cullen

Neala Cullen


Neala has completed her Bachelor of Communication Studies, majoring in Television and Screen Production. Her passion for Dance started as soon as she could walk. One of her earliest memories is forcing everyone in the lounge to watch her improvised dance recital. She has experience in Advanced Hip-Hop, Contemporary, and Jazz. She has achieved NCEA L1, L2 and L3 Dance, with Excellence. Her final year of high school was spent tutoring and teaching a Year 9 dance class in her study break and her spare afternoons teaching a Contemporary dance class. She choreographed in Stage Challenge for 3 years and lead her school Kapa Haka group. In 2014, Neala was selected by her school to travel to Vegas and LA to take part in advanced Hip-Hop classes and workshops. Drama is also a passion of Neala’s, performing in the school production ‘Much Ado About Nothing’, backstage in ‘Les Misérables’ and choreographing dance numbers in ‘Vegas’. She was also selected to partake in the Young Women in Leadership conference that taught her valuable skills in teaching and leading Neala’s determination drive and passion lead her to receive numerous awards in prize giving’s including the Principals Cup for Contribution to College Life, Cup for Excellence in L2 Maori and L2 Dance, and the Te Tukuna Kakano Ruatanga Trophy for Bi-Cultural Leadership. In the Arts Prizegiving she was awarded ‘Most Captivating Dancer’ and ‘Spirit of Dance’ and was even voted ‘Most Likely to be Famous’ by her graduating class.
In her holidays, Neala spends time volunteering as a Programme Director for Peter Snell Youth Village kid’s camps where she has learnt how to connect with, guide and build confidence in young people. As an Aunty to six nephews and nieces, she has plenty of experience with kids of all ages and loves seeing the people that they grow and develop into. Neala is excited to teach with to help children build performing skills, confidence, self-esteem and a sense of personal achievement through the performing arts and we are just delighted to welcome her to the team.

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Upcoming Auckland
Term Dates

TERM 4 2019
New Zealand
14 Oct - 15 Dec
TERM 1 2020
New Zealand
10 Feb - 11 Apr
TERM 2 2020
New Zealand
27 Apr - 27 Jun
TERM 3 2020
New Zealand
20 Jul - 19 Sep
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