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Year 7 Tutors

  • Olivia Sawday

    Olivia Sawday

    Year 7 Tutor, History Teacher

    Olivia Sawday

    After graduating from Exeter University with a degree in Ancient History I decided to train as a teacher and completed my PGCE in the UK. I have been teaching for 5 years in Brighton, London and as well as internationally. Before coming to Warsaw I taught and managed a boarding house in  China. I was very much looking forward to moving to Europe, where it is easy to travel and is full of history! I was also excited to experience a new city with a different culture.

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  • William Walder

    William Walder

    Year 7 Tutor, English Teacher

    William Walder

    I have been a teacher for five years, both internationally and in the UK. I am incredibly lucky to have chosen a career that I enjoy so much and that has enabled me to meet some incredible people from all across the world. Before starting at TBS Warsaw, I taught in China, in a city called Qingdao (it is not very well known, but has a population of 9 million people!). Previous to that, I taught in a high-achieving state school in London. These experiences were obviously completely different to one another, but the consitent theme was how much I enjoyed interacting with students and discussing literature with them.

    I took the decision to join TBS Warsaw due to the school's excellent reputation. I also can't deny that it will be great to be closer to home, and most importantly I won't have to wake up at three in the morning to watch Arsenal matches! Warsaw is a city that I am excited to explore in more depth. It is an exciting, vibrant and historically significant city that I would love to experience in more depth. As well as retaining its links to its history, the city has become a forward-thinking, modern, global city.

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  • Joanna Majkusiak in class

    Joanna Majkusiak

    Year 7 Tutor, Polish teacher

    Joanna Majkusiak

    I obtained my Master degree in Polish Philology in 1994. I have completed Postgraduate Studies in History of Art in 2013. I took part in various courses and trainings  e. g. “Literature for children and adolescents” and “Impact of visual arts on the literature”.

     

    I worked at The Secondary Polish School for 8 years. I joined The British School, Warsaw in 2001 to teach Polish Language for native speakers. I teach Polish for Primary and Secondary Schools  ( Year 5 – Year 11).

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  • Tomasz Mularski

    Tomasz Mularski

    Year 7 tutor, Polish Teacher Secondary

    Tomasz Mularski

    I graduated from the Catholic University of Lublin in 2004 (language and literature studies). Since then I have been working in several schools including the special education sector, state schools in Poland and international schools in Warsaw.

     

    I have always believed that each individual is born with an innate
    curiosity and we live our lives to learn about ourselves and the world around
    us. Therefore I became a teacher. In general, I am interested in all humanities
    and social sciences that convey the understanding of a human being,
    particularly in languages, literature and cinematic arts.

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    Highest quality learning requires a student’s engagement which can
    only be reached when he or she is truly interested in a topic. A passionate
    teacher can sow the seed of curiosity and help to develop interests, transform academic
    learning into a real adventure.


     

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  • Sarah Norman

    Sarah Norman

    Year 7 Tutor, English Teacher

    Sarah Norman

    Having graduated from the University of Edinburgh with an MA with Honours in English Language and English Literature, I was selected by Teach First, to complete the Teach First Leadership Development programme and train to be a teacher. I was awarded my PGCE by the University of Warwick and then subsequently completed my Masters qualification at the same institution, reading Educational Leadership (Teach First).  I have taught in London and Worcester before joining the team at the British School Warsaw. I was also a volunteer teacher in South Africa.

    I find myself utterly absorbed in the different times and societies depicted within texts and relish the chance to discuss these worlds with students; I am equally excited by the creative process itself and enabling students to sculpt their own descriptions and narratives.

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  • Joanna Shepley Clarke

    Joanna Shepley-Clarke

    Year 7 Tutor, Head of English

    Joanna Shepley-Clarke

    After university I took a gap year to travel and worked in Australia before returning to the UK to start a career in retail management. After three years I realised that working in department stores was not for me and became a student again while I undertook my PGCE (at Manchester University). I have taught in three schools in Manchester, UK, gained a Masters (Education) and then the travel bug returned: as a family in 2014 we moved to Jakarta, Indonesia for three years and to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, for four years.

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  • Katarzyna Plachta

    Katarzyna Płachta

    Year 7 Tutor, Head of Psychology, EAL teacher

    Katarzyna Płachta

    I hold a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and a Master of Science in Behavioural Sciences with emphasis in psychology.  I obtained both of these degrees from American universities where I spent nearly 10 years, not only pursuing my education, but also playing university basketball.

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  • Norah Buckley

    Year 7 Tutor, Assistant Head Safeguarding

    Norah Buckley

    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.

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