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Inclusion Department

  • Deborah Wafer

    Mrs Deborah Wafer

    Inclusion and Assistant Teacher Leader

    Mrs Deborah Wafer

    Deborah has been teaching for over 20 years, working in a variety of subject leadership roles in several schools throughout the UK before specialising in SEND(since 2004). She has acted as a Local Authority Advisor for Wiltshire for 6 years and has worked as part of Service Children's Education within both primary and secondary sectors in Germany for 5 years as a SENCO/Inclusion Lead. Most recently she has been an Assistant Head Teacher (Inclusion/Safeguarding) in Bedfordshire. With extensive experience across age ranges and adopting an inclusive ethos, advocating reasonable adjustments and supporting students, staff and parents Deborah is well placed to continue to develop the Learning Support Team at BSKL.

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  • Ms Carol Elizabeth Mimnagh

    Ms Carol Elizabeth Mimnagh

    Carol did her Degree in Surrey UK (Dance in Society), she then went onto complete her PGCE at Brighton University. She has taught from Years 3 up to Years 6 at schools in the South of England. Carol also specialised as a Numbers Count Teacher, which focuses on how children learn numbers and maths.

    Carol is joining us after a career break to focus on her children in the Inclusion Team and is looking forward to helping children and teachers across Years 3 & 4. Carol is joined by her 3 children, husband and dog. She is really excited about the prospect of exploring Asia in the holidays.

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    Ms Darshini Balakrishna

    Inclusion (SEN) Assistant Teacher

    Ms Darshini Balakrishna

    Bachelor Degree Psychology (Bsc).

    Darshini has been Teaching special needs for the last 8 years. She enjoys working in specific areas of emotional and social development.

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  • Ms Sandra Moore

    Ms Sandra Moore

    EAL Teacher

    Ms Sandra Moore

    Sandra has been teaching EAL and Spanish for over 15 years. She has experience teaching both Primary and Secondary and has worked in the USA, Colombia, China and Malaysia. She loves travelling and getting to know people from different cultures. She enjoys painting, playing tennis and swimming in her free time. Sandra is married and has a son in Year 6. She loves living in Malaysia and has had the opportunity to visit many of its beautiful attactions.

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    Mrs Denise Cockerill

    Learning Support Teacher

  • Samira Latinotti

    Ms Samira Latinotti

    Inclusion Teacher

    Ms Samira Latinotti

    Samira Latinotti has been committed to her passion for teaching children for over fifteen years. After graduating in Clinical Psychology and working as a counsellor, she realised that her true passion was being a teacher, the kind who inspires children to recognise and develop their talents and achieve their potential. She worked across EYFS, KS1 and KS2, both in International schools abroad and state schools in UK and she believes that all of these diverse experiences have been immensely enriching and rewarding so far, both personally and professionally. Samira is originally from Italy, although she moved to UK for the past six years where she completed her Primary PGCE with a Specialism in teaching children who are learning English as an additional language, and worked as a Primary teacher in a school in Birmingham. She is a keen traveller and throughout her life she has lived in several interesting places in Africa, USA, Saudi Arabia and Europe, and finds her upbringing to have broadened up her mind and gifted her with a great spirit of adaptation. Samira joined BSKL team this year and with absolute delight. She was previously part of the Learning Support Department with a focus on EAL and SEN children.

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