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Aida Nausia Bonet

Science Teacher and Head of Key Stage 3 (Pastoral & Progress)

Miss Nausía joined the BSY team in August 2015. Since then Aida has
thoroughly enjoyed seeing the progress of the students in Science, from KS2 to KS3, and is
excited to lead them into (I)GCSE this upcoming year. As the science coordinator Aida has
also set up a primary curriculum which is designed to be fun, while providing the background knowledge necessary for the transition to secondary. 

 

Qualifications

BSc (Hons) Molecular and Cell Biology, The University of York; PGCE, The University of Sunderland.

About

Miss Nausía joined the BSY team in August 2015. Since then Aida has
thoroughly enjoyed seeing the progress of the students in Science, from KS2 to KS3, and is excited to lead them into (I)GCSE this upcoming year.

As the science coordinator Aida has also set up a primary curriculum which is designed to be fun, while providing the background knowledge necessary for the transition to secondary. In the 2017/18 academic year, Aida has provided support to the Student Leadership team. Through this she has witnessed and helped the students set up the Eco-club, House Captains lead inter-house competitions and the School Council organise funding for residential trips.

One of her highlights of the year has been the Year 9 trekking trip to Kalaw and she looks forward to many more trips like this.

In her spare time Aida enjoys diving, boxing and Yoga.