I have been teaching children for 18 years and it has always been my passion, a joy and a great pleasure. Over the years I have gained a lot of experience, valuable knowledge and effective teaching skills that empower me to help children to achieve their full educational potential, nurture their genuine curiosity and challenge their personal, social and physical abilities and most of all help them to learn English. I have always aspired to find out more about children’s development and first and second language acquisition and I have achieved: MA in Teaching and PGCE followed by QTS at East London University, CELTA Cambridge Teaching Training at Hope University and MA in Linguistics (TESOL) at John Moore University.
Commitment, enthusiasm, positive energy and perseverance are the four personal qualities that guide me in my personal and professional life. I am passionate about sport and green issues. I love practicing yoga and I enjoy going to school on a bike. I am an ‘outdoor’ person and I always try to spend my free time with my family outside in all weathers.