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Hannah Vickers

Hannah Vickers

Secondary English Teacher and 10HV Form Tutor (Full Time)

Hannah initially completed her Undergraduate Degree in English with a minor in American Literature and Film at Loughborough University. Following two years working in the Drama Department of a school in Wiltshire, Hannah then gained her teaching qualification via a school direct route in Oxfordshire, alongside completing her Postgraduate Certificate in Education (Secondary English) at Oxford Brookes University.

Hannah joined Dover Court in 2020 from a Secondary school in Oxfordshire. Since commencing her teacher training, Hannah has always been keen to work abroad and is thoroughly enjoying working in Singapore. In the three years she spent at her previous school, Hannah was able to take on the role of KS3 Coordinator, working with the Head of Department, to produce a stimulating journey through the KS3 curriculum and to prepare pupils for the demands of KS4. Hannah also had the chance to work closely with the Drama Department in co-directing their whole school production, which was particularly enjoyable for her due to the collaborative nature of the work and enabling students to develop transferable skills outside of the subject she usually teaches.

During Hannah’s work in education, both in the state and private sector, Hannah has developed the belief that education is as much about obtaining academic qualifications as it is developing students into well-rounded young adults, who are prepared for life beyond school. Hannah feels it is imperative that her students are supported in all areas of their school life: academic, pastoral and extra-curricular.

Outside of school, Hannah enjoys reading, going to the cinema and theatre and singing. She is also very much enjoying her adventure in Singapore and the opportunity to explore more of this part of the world.