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Key Stage One - Year 2

  • Monika Bobrowska

    Monika Bobrowska

    Year 2 Teacher

    Monika Bobrowska

    As a small child my family moved to Hong Kong, which is where I grew up. I completed my teaching degree in London and enjoyed my placements in a wide variety of schools. Throughout my course I specialised in ICT, which is an area that interests me greatly.  
    Since graduating, I taught in Year 2 and Year 4.  I have worked in primary schools in London. 

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    Emma Gibb

    Year 2 Teacher and Learning Leader Year 2

    Emma Gibb

    I completed my degree in Science in London and then went on to do my P.G.C.E. at Leeds University. I worked in a school in London for eight years. During this time I taught in Reception and Year 2. Whilst at the school I was the Science coordinator, Key Stage One coordinator and, for one year, acting Deputy Head. I enjoyed my time at the school and was very lucky to be given so many opportunities to develop my teaching and leadership skills, while also having an opportunity to learn from some amazing colleagues with a wealth of experience.

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  • Haley Marcus

    Haley Marcus

    Year 2 Teacher

    Haley Marcus

    I completed a degree in Early Childhood Education from the College of Charleston. Upon graduating, I accepted a position as a pre-kindergarten teacher at an independent elementary day school in Washington, D.C. As an educator, I value curiosity, creativity, and collaboration. I believe learning should be fun, engaging, and meaningful.

    In addition to teaching, I have experience working with young children in other capacities. For the past five summers, I have worked as a Division Head at sleep-away summer camp in the US. I have also experience coaching gymnastics and cheerleading.

    I am thrilled to have the opportunity to continue my teaching career at The British School Warsaw. I am excited for a wonderful year and look forward to all of the learning we have ahead!

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  • Kirstie Robertson

    Kirstie Robertson

    Year 2 Teacher

    Kirstie Robertson

     

    I completed a degree in Politics and French and went on to do my PGCE at Nottingham Trent University. Since gaining my teaching qualifications, I taught in a school in Grantham, UK. While there, I taught both Year 2 and Year 4 and lead Modern Foreign Languages in the school. I thoroughly enjoyed my time at the school, as I was able to learn and implement a range of learning techniques. I believe that learning should be fun, engaging and collaborative.

     

    After gaining more experience in teaching, I decided to look for new and exciting opportunities abroad and this is why I chose to come to The British School Warsaw. I look forward to meeting my new class and discovering more about the city.

     

     

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  • Nicole Gosney

    Year 2 Teacher

    Nicole Gosney

    During my third year of university, I opted to spend a semester studying abroad in Warsaw, Poland. The experience was life-changing! After graduating from the University of Michigan with a BA in History in 2008, I decided to move back to Warsaw to begin a career in education.

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