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Morven Mackintosh

Morven Mackintosh

Secondary Pathway 3 Leader and 7/8MM Form Tutor (Full Time)

Morven graduated from the University of Stirling with a degree in Environmental Geography and Professional Education.

Qualifying as a geography and politics teacher, Morven taught in the village of Fort Augustus, home of Loch Ness and the Loch Ness Monster. However, after two years in Fort Augustus, she failed to spot the famous Nessie!

Working in a small school with small class sizes allowed Morven to give her
students tailor made lessons and gave her the opportunity to teach many different subjects including geography, politics, RME, drama and personal and social education. Morven also enjoyed running the Drama club and putting on productions such as ‘War of the Vegetables’ and ‘Alice and Wonderland’. Morven moved to teach at an Additional Support Needs at a school in Inverurie. This was where Morven developed her passion for helping student to develop at their own pace and find their strengths and talents.

Morven has a huge passion for musical theatre and has also been involved in Girlguiding since she was fifteen years old. She qualified as a Brownie leader at 18 and has enjoyed running Girlguiding groups over Scotland. It has allowed her to use her joy for arts and crafts linking it to many different subjects.