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Staff Profile: Sarin Leigh

Sarin Leigh - Physics Teacher | BIS HCMC

Science Teacher / Physics

MSci (Hons) Physics with Medical Physics, University of Nottingham, UK

Initial Teacher Training PGCE QTS, Cabot Learning Federation SCITT and the University of the West of England, UK

Sarin joined BIS in August 2019 having previously taught Physics in two UK city schools, most recently in London. Her enthusiastic teaching of Physics has been across all Key Stages including the sixth form. Prior to her qualification as a physics teacher Sarin had gained an MSci in Physics with Medical Physics which included presentations on frontier medical physics research at international conferences. An alumna of the Institute of Physics Scholarship, Sarin is a keen advocate of STEAM based education and has enriched her lessons by developing strong links with UK universities in this area.

When not in the Physics laboratory Sarin’s interests include cycling, swimming, travel, reading and gardening projects.