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Tina Reed

Tina Reed

English Teacher and Year 9 Leader

I came in to teaching quite late in life: like Peter Pan's sister, I couldn't quite accept the idea of growing up until I reached the ripe old age of 34. I completed my joint honours English and History degree in 2004 and went straight into a Graduate Teacher post. I taught for 11 years in one school, two years in another and spent a year on supply in between, getting an idea of the range of schools out there. 14 years on and I still get a buzz out of literature and the different interpretations each cohort has to offer. 

My own education was mainly abroad, I grew up in Singapore, Brunei and Germany. As a forces child, an ex-colleague used to call me 'A child of The World - you belong nowhere but fit in everywhere'. I like that. I have been itching to live the international life again for years, but family commitments have prevented it.

Nord Anglia Education is by reputation the best group of schools to work for, and I consider myself very lucky to be on this adventure. 

In my spare time (although as a teacher I don’t have much……..), I am a keen horse rider, dancer and swimmer. I love to try new things, recently having tried abseiling, sky diving, husky sledging, snow mobiles, and water skiing. In fact anything rather than hold a spider! 

Since losing my parents, my new mantra is "Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass; it's about learning to dance in the rain". That's not always easy though, which is why I live in the desert!