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Head of Science / Chemistry Teacher
Tamika holds a BSc (Hons) in Chemistry from the University of The West Indies (Trinidad) and completed the Graduate Teacher Training Programme (UK) as a route to becoming a qualified teacher.
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Second in Science
Gavin Smith - PGCE, BSc (Hons), Post graduate Dip
Head of Experiential Learning / Science Teacher
Patrick McKenna - PGCE, BSc (Hons)
Science and Chemistry Teacher
Mark Thomas - PGCE, BSc
Head of Year 8 / Science Teacher
Stephen Fabia - PGCE, BSC (Hons)
Kobie holds a Bsc.(Hons) in Biochemistry from Queen Mary University of London (UK),and has achieved qualified teacher status via the Graduate Teacher Programme (GTP).
Head of Year 9 / Science Teacher
Neasa Ní Ghallchóir obtained an honours Bachelor of Education in Science, Biology and Home Economics from the National University of Ireland, Galway.
Having completed a Master’s degree in Physics and a Bachelor’s degree in Education in India, Lakshmi started working as a secondary school teacher and then moved to university teaching.