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Norah Buckley

Norah Buckley

Assistant Head, Safeguarding and Learning Support & Year 8 Tutor

After obtaining my teaching degree, I found my first teaching post in a small catholic Primary School in my home town, where I taught Years 5 and 6. I remained there for eight years and held various positions of responsibility including KS2 Manager, SEN, Child Protection, Art, and Maths.

Special Education always proved to be a strong interest of mine, and in order to pursue this interest, I took up a post as Deputy Headteacher of a special school for children with learning difficulties aged between 7 and 16yrs. My experience there was rich and varied, and hugely rewarding as a significant part of my role was working alongside other agencies and the Local Authority to develop and improve the educational provision for some of the most vulnerable youngsters in our society.

Nine years later, I decided to fulfil a career ambition – to experience teaching in another country. In October, 2011, I gladly accepted what was, initially, a temporary post at The British School, and have enjoyed the opportunity to stay longer and discover more of the delights that Poland has to offer.

I love music, and play clarinet in the School Jazz Band when time allows. I am learning Polish and although I find the language very difficult, I am persevering with it. I am determined to hold a conversation in Polish one day. I also love reading and my favourite books are Terry Pratchett’s ‘Discworld’ series which I read again and again (pure escapism).