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Specialist Teachers

  • Miss Buckley in class

    Norah Buckley

    Assistant Head, Safeguarding and Learning Support,

    Norah Buckley

    After obtaining my teaching degree, I found my first teaching post in a small catholic Primary School in my home town, where I taught Years 5 and 6. I remained there for eight years and held various positions of responsibility including Key Stage 2 Manager, SEN, Child Protection, Art, and Maths.

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  • Jean Kingham

    Head of EAL (English as an Additional Language), Year 8 Tutor

    Jean Kingham

    I have been teaching English to speakers of other languages for over 25 years.  I started in Burma in a little international school and then worked with Secondary and Tertiary student at the British Council.

    I then worked in a very successful British International school in Bangkok Thailand for 15 years teaching children in Reception and Key Stage 1.  In 2006 I moved to the British International school Jeddah in Saudi Arabia where I taught Key Stage 2 and headed the support programmes in both English as a Second Language and Special Educational Needs.  I join the British School Warsaw with my husband Louis Bezodis.

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  • DOROTA PIETRZYk in class

    Dorota Pietrzyk

    Special Education Needs Teacher

    Dorota Pietrzyk

    I have been a part of The British School, Warsaw since 2004 when I started my teaching adventure with 3-year-olds and discovered that I would like to go deeper into the teaching/learning process and learn more about supporting children with learning difficulties.

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  • Monika Boruta

    English Language Support Teacher

    Monika Boruta

    I started to work at The British School as an English Language Support teacher in 2004. I graduated with a Master’s degree in Primary Education at Warsaw University and obtained my PGCE in English Language Teaching from Łódz University.

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  • Agnieszka Pietras in class

    Agnieszka Pietras

    Educational Therapist Learning Support Teacher

    Agnieszka Pietras

    I have been employed at The British School since 2000.In 2006 I received my M.A. degree from Warsaw University in Pedagogy specialising in Early Years Teaching. Following this, I decided to deepen my knowledge in terms of special education and I undertook postgraduate studies in Educational Therapy for students with dyslexia, ADHD and behavioural disorders. I also completed training in Specific Learning Difficulties at Chester University in Great Britain.

     

     

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    Aleksandra Firlag

    Aleksandra Firlag

    Even though my beloved grandfather was always saying I would become a teacher, I was not convinced at first and it was only a couple of years after completing my studies that I decided to devote myself to teaching.

    I have always been fascinated with English and this is why I decided to study the language, spend time in the USA to do my dissertation research and attend courses in literature and translation. 

    In the meantime, I graduated from the Department of English Studies at Warsaw University with an MA degree and teaching qualifications.

    Before joining TBS, I worked as an EAL teacher and an interpreter. I have been working in the British School for five years now. 

    Being an avid art lover, I also spent a semester studying photography and theatre in an art school in Denmark. In my free time, I enjoy different crafts and yoga, and work voluntarily at an amateur theatre.

     

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  • Magda Poniatowska

    Magda Poniatowska

    Librarian

    Magda Poniatowska

    I am a certified librarian and trained teacher. I completed my MA in 2007 at the University of Warsaw and have translated and proof-read books for children. After time spent in the publishing trade, I became aware of the need for some guidance among the books that are being published.

    For me, the journey of reading is most meaningful and pleasant when we are in the process of growing up. I do not like reading as much as I like to see how enthusiastic children are about the books that they find.

    As a librarian, I am here to suggest, help and encourage.

     

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