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Staff Profile: Helen Bonner

Helen Bonner - Learning Support | BIS HCMC

Learning Support Teacher

M.A. Special and Additional Needs, University of East London/Institute of Child Education and Psychology

BSc Maths and Geography, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

Qualified Teacher Status, Graduate Teachers Training Programme, George Spencer Academy, UK

Post Graduate Diploma Leisure Management, University of Sheffield, UK

Helen joined BIS in August 2019 from Dulwich College Suzhou in China. Before that, she taught in Kuwait and Malawi where she originally worked with the charity Voluntary Service Overseas in sports development. Throughout her teaching career, Helen has been a classroom teacher from Reception through to Key Stage 2, an EAL teacher and now as a teacher of Additional Educational Needs. When not working, Helen loves dancing, Zumba and cooking vegetarian Indian food.