Patricia is dedicated to enabling students to achieve and excel, growing in confidence as expressive communicators, enriching them for the future
Training delivered to children, and to professionals: actors, teachers, doctors, instructors, journalists, broadcasters, clergy and management personnel
Students have comprised many different nationalities throughout her career – all ages and at all stages
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Trained as professional actor and teacher at the New College of Speech and Drama, London
One of only six students selected to specialise in Voice and Speech, with Greta Colson
Enrolled with Open University, gaining First Class Honours Degree
Head of Voice at Phildene Stage School, London
Lecturer in Voice and Speech for the Church Army, Greenwich
Taught Speech and Drama at leading independent schools in London
Ran own Speech and Drama studio, ‘Stages’, for over 25 years in London
Nominated as most successful drama teacher in London and the South: invitation for inclusion in Burke’s Professional Register
Awarded ‘Teacher’s Trophy’ for several years at Festivals
‘Teacher Tribute’ Certificate from Stanford University, USA
Has run own Speech and Drama studio in Gloucestershire since 2000
Examiner for LAMDA for 25 years
Examiner for the English Speaking Board for over 25 years
Teaching at Cheltenham Ladies’ College in Gloucestershire since 1999
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Enhanced DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service) Checked
Winner of Olivier Award for Best Actress (National Theatre)
Extensive career in theatre, film and television.
Called to the Bar in 2008.
Substantial, highly successful experience in international high-value commercial disputes.
An Award-winning educator.
Assistant Professor & Senior Consultant in Psychiatry at University of Minnesota.
Dr. Rhian Salmon
Centre for Science in Society, Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand.
Promotes communication between scientists and range of public audiences globally
Lively, experienced broadcaster of Drivetime and music shows on regional radio.
Specialised in Radio Production at the University of Kent at Canterbury
"My speech and drama teaching with Pat helped build my public speaking skills and overall confidence that set me up throughout my career as student, scientist, public speaker, science communicator, academic and teacher. I also really enjoyed the experience and developed a life-long love and appreciation of drama and the arts"