Jaye was an original student of Stagecoach Bridgend and Cowbridge when the school’s established in 1998. She then graduated from Cumbria University with a BA (hons) Dance and Musical Theatre. Jaye started dancing at age 3, training in Tap, Modern, Jazz and Ballet up to teaching levels in I.S.T.D and R.A.D examinations. Jaye has qualifications with LAMDA, the Associate Board of Music and has also acquired her Grade 8 Musical Theatre Singing Certificate from London College. Upon graduating in 2006, Jaye taught in Further Education whilst securing a teaching career at Stagecoach. In 2016 she became Head of the Performing Arts at Coleg Y Cymoedd, Rhondda Campus; who performed at the Piccadilly Theatre in the West End in 2016, performing their version of 'Macbeth' for the Shakespeare School Festival Gala; in 2021 she then became Head of School for Creative Industries at Coleg Y Cymoedd. Jaye has successfully choreographed many MT productions including ‘Footloose' and 'Flash dance', which the production team won a N.O.D.A.'s for Best Production.
Jaye has taught for Stagecoach Performing Arts Bridgend and the Cowbridge for over 10 years and choreograph’s their Performance Troupe; they have performed at His Majesty's Theatre, the Phoenix Theatre, The Adelphi and the Shaftesbury Theatre, West End, London. She also choreographed Bridgend's Stagecoach School's anniversary performance of Andrew Lloyd Webber's 'CATS' staged at the National Indoor Arena, Birmingham in March 2013. Most recently, Jaye won the first ‘Most Outstanding Dance Teacher’ award in December 2018 at the Creative Courage Awards in London, out of the whole Stagecoach Network. Jaye also teaches at Stagecoach Cardiff and has taught at Aberdare and the Valley’s Stagecoach.
Jaye’s passion for Dance and Musical Theatre, combined with her experience, friendly, approachable nature, passion and drive means her new role at Stagecoach Bridgend and Cowbridge is fulfilling a lifelong ambition.