I have loved science since I was at school, which lead me to choosing a degree in Biological Sciences. I was lucky enough to study at Oxford University, which was a challenging but incredible experience. Following my BSc, I did a Masters in Control of Infectious Disease at LSHTM in London and a PGCE in Birmingham, where I began my first role as science teacher.
I have a passion for horses and horse-riding, so I then took a year out to work at a dressage yard in Hertfordshire where I gained my BHS Stage 2, but was keen to get back into teaching following this.
Having spent a considerable amount of time in Poland when I was younger and had an amazing experience there, I contacted The British School Warsaw when researching teaching jobs and was delighted to be offered a position. I have been working here for a number of years now, have thoroughly enjoyed Poland and love working with our students and fellow members of staff.
I am committed to giving every child the opportunity to excel. At The British School Warsaw, we turn our classrooms into places where students feel comfortable to take intellectual risks and to make and learn from their mistakes. We push beyond the boundaries of content and syllabus to help each student discover what learning is really about.