Ferenc started his teaching career in 2003 in Hungary in a comprehensive vocational school. After two successive years of teaching physics he decided to go to take his career to a new level and went the UK where he received his first teaching post in a comprehensive school in the heart of the rural Kent. Over the 8 years he spent there he was promoted to KS4 Science co-ordinator and was solely responsible for the development and co-ordination of the entire physics curriculum from KS3 to KS5. In 2014 he moved to London and became Head of Physics in a large inner city comprehensive school in London, leading a large department and teaching GCSE and A-levels.
Ferenc started his teaching career at Kalman Kando Technical and Vocational School (the name of the school is different now). He was given teaching and learning responsibilities at Brampton Manor Academy. In 2014 he went to Brampton Manor Academy as Head of Physics where he led a very successful department in London. Ferenc joined BISB in 2016.
Ferenc is a dedicated science teacher. He believes that the fundamental understanding of nature is essential for young people. This will equip them with the relevant knowledge and skills allowing a sustainable development for the future. Ferenc passes his enthusiasm and his conscientious thinking to his students encouraging them to achieve their best regardless the circumstances.
In his spare time, Ferenc enjoys traveling and spending time outdoors.