The Crazee Kids team

The core team

The core Crazee Kids team are all qualified and experienced teachers and have worked with children of all ages. They have many years of experience within their respective speciality of Dance, Drama, Art and Music. They are all police checked and first aid trained.

Lisa Silverstein

Lisa Silverstein

Lisa Silverstein developed the Crazee Kids concept in the 1990s, inspired by her positive experiences of teaching and working with dance and drama companies in the USA and UK.

Lisa's qualifications include a Dance Theatre Diploma from the Laban Institute, London, a Movement Therapy BA HONS from York University, Toronto Canada, and a Diploma from the British Wheel of Yoga

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Carina Wan

Carina Wan

Carina graduated from Royal Holloway, University of London, with a BA Hons in English and Drama and since then has continued her passion for working with children in a number of both supportive and educational roles.

Carina has been teaching various forms of drama to a range of ages since she was sixteen and now hopes to develop her techniques through an exciting new post within the Crazee Kids team.

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Kristie Sicolo

Kristie Sicolo

Kristie holds a BA (Hons) in Performing Arts from Buckinghamshire New University where she specialised in Musical Theatre. As well as pursuing a career as a Professional actress, she also has a fantastic background of teaching which she is incredibly passionate about.

Kristie is excited to be a part of the Crazee Kids team; she has always loved the Ethos behind Crazee Kids and has already been involved with the Summer Workshops. Kristie is extremely passionate about the Crazee Kids classes and encouraging children to enjoy themselves while also building confidence and instilling the courage in every student to be themselves, express their personalities and ‘have a go’.

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Roz Karim

Roz Karim

Having graduated with a BA (Hons) in Drama from Royal Holloway, University of London, Rozís flair for creativity and passion for working with young people took her abroad to Hong Kong, where she worked as a Drama teacher across primary and secondary schools and as a Kindergarten teacher for 3 years. Motivated by the positive change that drama seemed to bring about in children, she then returned to England to study at The Central School of Speech and Drama, where she qualified with an MA in Drama and Movement Therapy and is now a registered Drama Therapist with the Health Professions Council.

Given her experience as a teacher and Drama therapist, along with a love for dance, Roz is now very excited to be a member of the Crazee Kids team where she uses her knowledge and understanding to foster a childís natural ability to be creative, channelling this into tools for expression and confidence.

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