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Helen Kleyn

Helen Kleyn

Mathematics Teacher, Year 8 Tutor

I was educated in the UK, graduating from Lancaster University in 2005 with a BA (Hons) in Accounting and Finance. Subsequently, I acquired my PGCE in Secondary Mathematics at Worcester University and began teaching in schools in the West Midlands in the UK. During my time teaching I have also completed my Masters in Education qualification with The Open University.
This will be my first year at The British School and my first experience of teaching abroad and I am incredibly excited to be working in such a lively and exciting city as Warsaw.

In 2015 I decided to make the leap of moving abroad and have now been teaching Mathematics at The British School for 2 years. I have especially enjoyed teaching students with such a wide range of backgrounds and interests as well as working with such professional and enthusiastic staff. Warsaw is a continual surprise to me both in terms of the wealth of events to get involved with and the interesting history and culture waiting for you around every corner.

Away from the classroom I have a passion for the outdoors. I love walking and camping and I am involved with running the Duke of Edinburgh award scheme at the school. In the last 12 months this has involved taking students on walking expedition to Kampinos National Park, as well as kayaking on the Vistula. I am looking forward to exploring more of the beautiful Polish countryside this year.

 

 

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