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Staff Profile: Caroline Yearwood

Caroline Yearwood

Business & Economics Teacher

BA (Hons) Marketing and Advertising, University of the Arts 

PGCE (Business Studies Education) Middlesex University 

Caroline joined BIS HCMC in August 2022 as a teacher of Economics and Business, having previously taught at an international school in Central Asia and schools within the UK. Growing up in London, Caroline worked as a Youth Worker while studying at university and knew then that she wanted to work with young people. After completing Camp America and a year as a school academic mentor, Caroline decided to pursue her PGCE: teaching is not only a career, but a passion. Caroline loves the bright sparks and connections students make when they discover something new or challenge a piece of traditional thinking in Economics. She enjoys playing football, hiking, yoga and running. She also enjoys reading books based on historical fiction and watching crime related programmes.