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Staff Profile: Venetia Robinson

Venetia Robinson

Year 2 Teacher

BA Hons, Modern Languages, University of Southampton, UK

PGCEi, Keele University, UK

Venetia qualified as a teacher in 2013 and has worked primarily in the Early Years with 3-5-year-old classes. Before teaching, she trained and taught English as a second language to students of varying ages, needs and abilities. Venetia left the UK in 2005 with her husband and two young children to start a life overseas in South East Asia and, more recently, in Hong Kong. Her interests include family life, eating out and healthy living, meeting new people and exploring new cultures. In addition, she brings a love of nature and creativity to her learning spaces that reflect an aspect of her philosophical perspective on education.