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Key Stage Two - Year 5

  • Kirstie Robertson

    Kirstie Robertson

    Year 5 Teacher, Head of Year 5

    Kirstie Robertson

     

    I completed a degree in Politics and French and went on to do my PGCE at Nottingham Trent University. Since gaining my teaching qualifications, I taught in a school in Grantham, UK. While there, I taught both Year 2 and Year 4 and lead Modern Foreign Languages in the school. I thoroughly enjoyed my time at the school, as I was able to learn and implement a range of learning techniques. I believe that learning should be fun, engaging and collaborative.

     

    After gaining more experience in teaching, I decided to look for new and exciting opportunities abroad and this is why I chose to come to The British School Warsaw. I look forward to meeting my new class and discovering more about the city.

     

     

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  • Geoffrey Barham

    Geoffrey Barham

    Year 5 teacher, English leader Primary

    Geoffrey Barham

    I qualified as a teacher in 1999, having completed a four year degree course in Primary Education at the University of Wales. I spent 7 years as a full time KS2 teacher in the UK before taking up international teaching positions in Colombia, South Korea and Peru.

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    Thomas Robinson

    Year 5 Teacher

    Thomas Robinson

    My love and interest for teaching comes from my long embedded history with water sports.  After learning to sail at the start of my Secondary school in the UK, I became a sailing instructor at age 16, a windsurf, yachting and powerboat instructor soon after, and pursued this career into the overseas world in Croatia, the Caribbean and Greece as a Centre Manager.  This evolved into an interest in the school based teaching and I decided to join the teaching profession and gained my teaching qualification.

    Since then I have had class teaching responsibilities across Key Stage 2 in Abu Dhabi before moving to Warsaw.  Last year I was responsible for leading the Primary PE Team but am very excited to returning to my passion for classroom teaching this year in Year 5!

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  • James Parkinson

    James Parkinson

    Year 5 Teacher

    James Parkinson

    I graduated from the University of Cumbria with a degree in Primary Education, specialising in Physical Education. I have been teaching in Cairo, Egypt for 4 years and have embraced the rich culture which this country has to offer. Teaching in Cairo has given me the opportunity to teach a variety of children from different backgrounds and allowed me to understand the impact of culture and diversity upon the learning environment.

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  • Jessica Ferguson-Thomas

    Jessica Ferguson-Thomas

    Year 5 Teacher

    Jessica Ferguson-Thomas

    I was born and raised in a small village in Hampshire, in the South of England and have had a passion for teaching and learning from a young age due to my Mum also being a teacher. After gaining a degree in Sociology from Cardiff University, I went on to complete my PGCE in primary education. I was thrilled to secure a job in an outstanding primary school in Peterborough, England, where I gained invaluable teaching experience. Over the course of my teaching career I have taught in the Early Years, Key Stage One and Key Stage Two.

    I have spent the past five years teaching in Abu Dhabi and am now extremely excited to be a part of the team at The British School Warsaw. I have moved here with my husband, also a teacher, and my three year old daughter, Sophie. I’m looking forward to exploring Warsaw and its history and culture.

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