For 12-year old Kelera Luvu Bola, finding her passion has come at an early age. Her dream of becoming a professional dancer is being fast tracked and she has grabbed all the opportunities that have come her way -- with the help of her parents, Akuila and DiVere Bola of Nakaugasele village in Nakasaleka, Kadavu, who realise that they live in a world of opportunities. Kelera’s mother encouraged her to try out new things at an early age, but dance is her chosen forte. The family left Fiji in 2008 when Kelera was three years old. She says she realises that if not for joining her father, who was stationed in Germany at the time, she would not have been able to pursue her passion for dance in the way she has. The youngster didn’t waste any time after arriving in Fallingbostel, but immediately got into various dance groups. In 2014 Kelera won her first dancing award when she came third in the Studio 38 Dance Competition. She moved to Scotland with her parents and two siblings in 2015 and is now a student at Madras College, a Scottish secondary school in St Andrews, Fife. She is amongst 1400 pupils there aged between 11 and 18. After just two months in Scotland, she joined a group called The Launch Pad Studio that performs hiphop, street, lyrical and other styles of commercial dance from beginners to professional level. Kelera has been a member of the Studio’s group named The Tribe since August. She attends two class sessions every Saturday, one for her Secret Dance Solo and the second for the Crew dance.