Bea started her teaching career in 1992 at BISB as a teacher of English as an Additional Language, History and Hungarian Language and Culture. During the first years of the school's existence she was also involved in administration, admissions procedures and avent coordination. In 2000, to further her teaching experience, she also taught in a primary school in Sheffield.
Bea was already a part of the school prior to it joining Nord Anglia Education. During her years of employment Bea saw a small school evolve into the establishment it is today and so had to keep up with the challenges of teaching EAL in the changing environment. As the Hungarian Culture Coordinator her role is to support teachers in delivering a rich curriculum.
Bea is fascinated by the challenge of educating multi-lingual students from diverse cultural backgrounds. Her ambition is, as it always has been, to ensure that the students in her classes obtain the most relevant, high-quality level of language acquisition so that they have the best opportunities in their future careers.
In her spare time, Bea enjoys traditional Hungarian handicraft activities, which include basket weaving and felt making. She loves walking in the woods with her family and friends and attends yoga classes and classical music concerts.