After completing her Geography degree in 2008, Hannah spent the following decade working with children throughout the world in varied roles. This experience broadened her understanding of progression in the curriculum, and the importance of developing a child as a whole person: physically, mentally, socially, spiritually, culturally and morally. From 2008-2010, Hannah taught in a private institution in Australia working as an EAL teacher. From 2010-2012, she worked as a primary SEN teacher in New Zealand and from 2012-2013, she worked as an intermediate TEFL teacher in Thailand. In 2014, Hannah completed her PGCE in Manchester, where she spent the following 2 years working as a Humanities teacher at KS3, teaching Geography at KS4 and leading the behaviour management team within the school. In 2016, she relocated to London where she had the opportunity to act as Head of Geography until relocating to Hanoi.
B.Sc. Geography, Queen’s University Belfast
PGCE, Edgehill University, Manchester