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Anna Kwaśniewska

Anna Kwaśniewska

Psychology Teacher, Maths Teacher

I studied Psychology and then I gained my teaching qualifications in Mathematics at Middlesex University in London. Since then I have worked in Enfield County Secondary School, Wren Academy in London and Nek's Tutoring School in Brisbane where I further developed my teaching skills. In order to be closer to my family I have decided to move back to Poland. Later, I have discovered a wonderful opportunity to carry on teaching at the British School, Warsaw so I decided to continue my journey here and be proud to teach IB Psychology and Mathematics, subjects that are so relevant to all of us.

My initial idea to become a professional teacher came quite unexpectedly, as it was when I established a Salsa Society at my University where I studied Psychology. I found teaching Salsa very fulfilling and appreciated every part of this experience. This and my ever-existing need to help children are the main reasons why I decided to follow teaching as my career. Apart from dancing, I love exploring East-Asian countries and tasting food from around the world on every occasion. Also, last year I have spent teaching and travelling across Australia, where I made my dreams come true when diving the Great Barrier Reef and driving my car to the very middle of the continent. My travels and the time I lived in London have opened my eyes on diverse cultures and enabled me to appreciate how unique those tend to be