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James Stratton

James Stratton

Year 4A Teacher

Mr Stratton joined BSY as a Primary Teacher in 2020. Prior to joining BSY, Mr Stratton taught Years 4 and 5 at a primary school in East Anglia, and worked as a supply teacher for Suffolk County Council.

Qualification 

BA (Hons) English and American Literature, University of Kent, UK;

TEFL Certification, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam;

Postgraduate Certificate in Education, University of East Anglia, UK

About

Mr Stratton joined BSY as a Primary Teacher in 2020. Prior to joining BSY, Mr Stratton taught Years 4 and 5 at a primary school in East Anglia, and worked as a supply teacher for Suffolk County Council.

Previously, Mr Stratton has taught EAL (English as an Additional Language) in Vietnam and Japan, an experience which sparked his interest in learning foreign languages. Currently he speaks both Vietnamese and Japanese to an intermediate level.

In the classroom Mr Stratton believes in the power of the growth mindset, instilling pupils with the belief that hard-work and focus are the keys to overcoming adversity.

In his free time Mr Stratton enjoys running, kickboxing and playing the guitar.