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Hayley Limpkin

Business Coach for Razzamataz Theatre Schools

Razzamataz Theatre School

For more than 18 years, Hayley Limpkin has been passionate about harnessing leadership potential, working with start-ups, SMEs, education providers, and high-profile corporate clients such as Paramount Film Studios and Virgin Atlantic. As a consultant, coach, and mentor, she specialises in strategy, creating a culture, and supporting innovation for people and products.  Hayley is a member of the Association of Business Mentors, mentoring small businesses as part of the UK Government's Help to Grow Scheme. Her own business background includes 12 years as a multi-award-winning franchise partner for Razzamataz Theatre Schools. During this time, she won various accolades including a double win at the British Franchise Association HSBC Franchise Awards 2018, winning Franchisee of the Year and People's Choice Award. Hayley is passionate about mentoring young people to grow their potential through the life skills and resilience that are gained through the performing arts. She has co-founded a unique programme in England within a sixth-form setting, allowing students to achieve their full potential, both academically and vocationally in the arts. Hayley is a purpose-driven leader and part of a community project raising £1million to support the futures of young people. Hayley helps leaders understand how to bridge the gap between the skills that are learned in schools and what is needed in the modern workplace. 


30 October, 2023 | 11:20 to 12:00
Performing Arts Education - What is next?

A panel discussion on the current state of the Performing Arts in education and what strategies can be considered good practice in education establishments across the region.

31 October, 2023 | 13:20 to 13:40
The kind of education a young person experiences today will be the global society that will emerge in 30 years

To ensure the future global society is one that is inclusive, sustainable and prosperous how can the arts serve the key priorities of critical thinking, digital literacy, diversity & inclusion and sustainability