She was an associate with the Norfolk Scholars. Later, gaining a place at the Royal Academy of Dance she undertook her teacher training, BA in Ballet Education and the LRAD Teaching Certificate, whilst also achieving her Adnvanced 2 RAD Ballet and studying for the Solo Seal award. Alice then went on to establish her career as a dance teacher, whilst simultaneously continuing her professional training under Cuban National Ballet ex-professional Miss Heredria. She has since began to fulfil her professional dance career; performing as a soloist dancer with The London Ballet Company.
Alice has entered numerous children for successful RAD examinations. She has trained advanced students up to a pre-professional standard, some of which have gone on to gain places at established vocational schools such as The Royal Ballet School. She also teaches non-syllabus ballet and contemporary technique, and has choreographed for shows and competitions such as the prestigious International ‘Genee Challenge’, where her student won as finalist for her age division. Alice was also selected to develop the education department of The London Ballet Company, which has been an exciting role for her. She believes her current experiences in the professional industry hugely influences her teaching of young talented dancers.