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Staff Profile: Hannah Marsden

Hannah Marsden

DSE Pathways 4 Class Teacher (6HM)

Hannah graduated from University of Durham and University of Roehampton.

 

Hannah started her teaching career in 2007 as a Year 2 class teacher in London. She became interested in special needs and completed further study in dealing with and assessing specific learning difficulties, and then became a learning support teacher. She worked with a range of difficulties and taught in small groups, one to one and in whole class settings. She then became the school SENCO and had the experience of working with numerous external agencies.

Throughout her time teaching she has run after school art clubs and been in charge of school residential trips. Last year she had the fantastic opportunity to start up a small school for the expats in Mustique in the Caribbean. It was a fabulous experience and she enjoyed teaching with all the interesting resources the island had to offer. She was also able to run reading recovery programs for the local Caribbean children which was highly rewarding.

 

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