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Flóra Seres

Flóra Seres

Year 3 Daffodil Assistant

Ms Seres was born in Budapest, and she did all her studies here.

When she completed the Grammar School(Petofi Sandor, Budapest) she decided to challenge herself and joined an organisation called Community Service Volunteers and went to Britain. She spent half a year in London, and another half in Colchester helping disabled people.

Coming back to Hungary Ms Seres was admitted to the Teacher’s Training College, got a degree on teaching in Primary. With another three years in College she got a degree in teaching English.

She worked as a teacher in both primary and secondary schools in the Hungarian system.

She spent 4 years at home with her children. 

She was really happy when she got the chance to get to know something about a completely different way of teaching in BISB, when she was offered a job as a one to one assistant. She spent 3 years here with one of the children who needed help, then was admitted as a learning assistant in year 4.