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Year 8 Tutors

  • Tomasz Mularski

    Tomasz Mularski

    Polish Teacher & Year 8 Tutor

    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.

    Highest Quality Learning:

    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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  • Joanna Shepley Clarke

    Joanna Shepley-Clarke

    Head of English & Year 8 Tutor

    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 in Education and then the travel bug returned: in 2014 we moved as a family to Jakarta, Indonesia for three years and to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, for four years.

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  • Branca Pietruch

    Branislava Pietruch

    EAL & Learning Support Teacher

    Branislava Pietruch

    I graduated from the University of Belgrade, Serbia with a MS degree in Speech Therapy and Special Education.  I have worked as a Speech Therapist and a Scientist at the Institute for Speech Pathology with children from ages 2-18 years old. In 2007, I moved to Poland where I completed my Montessori Training Course from Canadian Montessori Institute and started to work as Montessori Teacher in an English speaking school in Warsaw.

     

    Recently, I completed my post-graduate studies at the University for Humanities and Social Sciences in Warsaw in teaching English. I also worked as an English Teacher in a Polish public school.  Additionally, I was teaching English in a private language school and conducting Speech Therapy lessons both in English and Polish.


    I am especially interested in bilingualism in children, and I pursued scientific research on the differences in developing pronouns in English native speaking children and children who were developing English as a second language. I am raising a bilingual child myself. 

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  • Sam Christer-Thomas

    Sam Christer-Thomas

    EAL Teacher

    Sam Christer-Thomas

    After a career in various government relations roles in the UK, I decided to change careers, and took my TEFL qualification. My wife and I were keen to move somewhere in Europe for her to continue her teaching career and for me to start mine, and were attracted by Warsaw’s reputation as a city, and the British School as part of the Nord Anglia group.

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  • Andy Bell

    Head of Science & STEAM

    Andy Bell

    I have been teaching for 20 years and I have loved teaching a great variety of children. I have experience in many positions within the school environment I  have been on the senior leadership team as Head of Pastoral care, Head of Science , Head of Year 7-11 and Head of A level Chemistry and I have taught PE to GCSE. I have ran numerous extra-curricular trips involving snowboarding trips to the USA, Canada and Europe. I have ran D of E courses at Bronze and Silver around the UK.I am really looking forward to my first international position and have always wanted to teach abroad and experience different cultures.

     

     

     

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  • Isabelle Barrere

    Isabelle Barrere-Burg

    Secondary & IB French Teacher, Year 8 Form Tutor

    Isabelle Barrere-Burg

    I graduated from the Ecole Supérieure des Arts Appliqués in Paris and started my professional career as a graphic designer. During this brief experience, I was given the opportunity to lead a 6-month project with children, and their enthusiasm made me realise that I wanted to teach. I obtained the CERPE (French teaching qualification) in 2002.

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  • Norah Buckley

    Norah Buckley

    Assistant Head, Safeguarding and Learning Support & Year 8 Tut...

    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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