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  1. Independent school Day school Co-educational school: Established: 10 February 1945: Founder: Barbara Speake: Closed: 15 July 2020: Local authority: Ealing Council: Department for Education URN: 101948 Tables: Principal: Shereen Boucher: Headteacher: David Speake: Gender: Co-educational: Age: 4 to 16: Campus: Urban campus

  2. Why The Barbara Speake Stage School? 25,000+ Parent Reviews, Tuition Fees, Ratings, Curriculum | East Acton Lane | The school was opened on February 10th 1945 as a dancing school only, by the present principal Miss Barbara M Speake MBE. In 1963 it became a full time.

  3. The Barbara Speake Stage School was opened on 10 February 1945 and remains one of the longest established stage schools in the world. It is an independent school, and was initially set up as a dancing school, by the present principal Miss Barbara Speake, MBE, [1] and located in East Acton, London.The school is fee-paying but non-selective in its admissions.

  4. Barbara Speake Stage School is an independent day school in the London Borough of Ealing. It specialises in the teaching of the performing arts . The school was last...

  5. 5 de feb. de 2017 · For more than 72 years, Barbara Speake Stage School in Ealing has been a conveyor belt of performance talent. Known as one of Britain's most respected stage schools, the East Acton Lane establishment helped shape the careers of super model Naomi Campbell, musician Phil Collins and actor Keith Chegwin.

  6. Urban campus. The Barbara Speake Stage School was opened on 10 February 1945 as an independent school, and was initially set up as a dancing school, by the founding principal Miss Barbara Speake, MBE, [2] and was located in East Acton, London. The school was fee-paying but non-selective in its admissions.

  7. Barbara Speake Stage School. A small school specialising in the dramatic arts. Started as a partnership between Barbara Speake and June Collins, the mother of Phil, who runs a highly successful theatrical agency which specialises in younger performers. 135 children aged 3 years 6 months to 16 (GCSE Entry).