During the final year of her undergraduate degree, Morgan studied the Early Years Foundation Stage and had a particular interest in play-based learning and teaching internationally. She took the opportunity to undertake research internationally and came to complete her final dissertation at BISB in 2018. Inspired by what she experienced in the Early Years Centre, Morgan worked as an Early Years teacher in an academy in Swindon, England. After moving on to teach Year 1 and 2 students in 2020, Morgan felt that a new challenge was needed, and she began her international career by joining BISB in 2021.
Morgan is an advocate for children’s mental health and wellbeing and she recently undertook a course in ‘Understanding Children and Young People's Mental Health’. Morgan believes that play-based learning is the sole vocation of the child and through engaging in open-ended play children can make sense of the complex world around them. She believes that a child’s natural curiosity, connection to the world around them and ambition drives them to play and develop their own potential. Through play, children develop their character, values, personality, independence, language and knowledge of the world. She strives to be ambitious in her own life through continuing professional development and encourages ambition from her students by adopting an ‘anything is possible’ mindset.
In her spare time, Morgan enjoys spending quality time with her family, keeping fit in the gym and cooking. She is passionate about travel and loves to spend her time exploring new cities and cultures. She enjoys yoga and meditation to relax and she takes every opportunity to be near the beach as she can.