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Natasha Manley

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Head of Primary Physical Education

Natasha Manley is the Head of Primary Physical Education. She joined BISS Puxi in August 2017 and is the founding manager of the BISS Lions School of Dance. 

Natasha has been teaching for many years, following her Physical Education and Religious Studies (Hons) degree from Bangor University, UK in 2011. She completed a Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) in Physical Education in 2012.

She began my teaching career teaching in Redditch and Birmingham before moving to Kuwait as a PE teacher, where she was Head of House, Ballet Teacher, Swim Coach and First Aid Co-Ordinator. Whilst in Kuwait, she obtained Registered Teaching Status (RTS) in Ballet and Modern Dance with the British Ballet Organisation (BBO).  Her philosophy is ‘Sports for All’ and her aim in PE lessons is to aid each student to find success and develop a passion for at least one activity which they can fulfil even into adulthood.

She is an active person. She enjoys most sports especially dance, Crossfit, Gaelic Football and hockey. She was the leader of a ‘Contact the Elderly’ project in Wales and has completed a variety of community and teaching projects around the world, most recently in Tanzania and in Sri Lanka. She enjoys hiking and travelling, spending time with her friends and family in Ireland.