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Ms Carol Elizabeth Mimnagh

BA (Hons) Dance in Society (Surrey University), PGCE - Dance specialist Secondary (University of Brighton), Primary Curriculum Certification of Participation (Bath University), Numbers Count teacher professional qualification (Edgehill University)

Carol has been in education now for 11 years, she began her career in the UK, at an inner city school in Bristol where EAL was at 98%. Since then she has taught Year 3 up to Year 6. She then took a career break to have her third child. On returning to work she trained in Numbers Count , a professional qualification for teachers which specialises in Maths. It aims to close the attainment gap for children in Year 2. 

Prior to working within education Carol worked in the Corporate World in a law firm in Bristol & then a software company.

This is now her 4th year at BSKL, she started in the inclusion department where she moved across to teach in Year 3, making it her third year teaching in year 3. So she brings a wealth of curriculum experience to Year 3.