I consider myself to be a patient and empathetic teacher and like my classrooms to be interactive and engaging places. I am fortunate to have experienced many cultures - living in the United Kingdom, Spain, Andorra, Nicaragua and the USA. These experiences feed into my teaching and provide eye-opening insights into other cultures and provoke relevant discussion.
I am looking forward to joining ISM and its philosophy that learning happens both inside and outside of the classroom. ISM's richness of diversity is something I will promote as I believe that we can all learn from each other.
Outside of the classroom, I like to play sports, hike, and play board games. I tend to travel during school holidays and would strongly advocate that travelling is the most immersive form of education.