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    Through Nord Anglia University our teaching staff maintain the highest standards of a rigorous British education.

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Year 8 Tutors

  • Tyler Roiko

    Tyler Roiko

    Year 8 Tutor, Music Teacher

    Tyler Roiko

    I am very excited to be joining the Music Team at BSW! I previously have taught in California and Texas in the United States as well as China and South Korea. This will be my first experience living in Europe and I am excited to explore Poland. In past schools I have helped to establish Primary and Secondary Rock Bands and launch Music Computer Labs to teach composition. This will be a great year for the 25th anniversary of The British School Warsaw and I look forward to implementing the Juilliard curriculum for years four through eight.

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  • Ryszard Michalak in class

    Ryszard Michalak

    Year 8 Tutor, PE Teacher

    Ryszard Michalak

    I completed my studies and Masters degree in Warsaw, Poland and have experience teaching in International schools in Poland. I am a sports teacher at The British School and also lead the very successful Key Stage 2 boys football teams.

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  • Bas Keinhuis

    Bas Kienhuis

    Year 8 Tutor, PE Teacher

    Bas Kienhuis

    I have studies Social Pedagogics in The Netherlands, and received my Master in International Education from Framingham College, furthermore, I earned my Master Degree in Athletic Administration through Endicott University.

    After teaching elementary Physical Education for 17 years at the American School of Warsaw I needed a new challenge in my professional life, and I was looking for a school where I could learn and discover new opportunities in the field of physical education. I’m excited that I found The British School, Warsaw, which is an excellent school with wonderful people and an ambitious philosophy.

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  • Danie Podobiński

    Daniel Podobinski

    Year 8 Tutor, Science Teacher

    Daniel Podobinski

    I was born in Amsterdam to Polish parents, but shortly after moved to London where I lived most of my life. I studied physics at Bristol University, and after a year of work, I decided to do a post-graduate degree in Physics at UCL. For a few years I worked in research on various topics while living abroad, such as organic solar cells and a brief stint in biotechnology, managing to publish a few papers before changing career and becoming a teacher. I guess I’m following in the footsteps of my mothers’ side of the family, as she was a teacher, and her mother was a teacher.

    Physics has always been one of my foremost passions, alongside mathematics and psychology. I’ve always wanted to understand the world around me and I feel that spending time studying topics from these subjects is a very satisfying venture. I hope to continue extending my passions in science into the classroom at TBS and help forge the intelligent minds of tomorrow.

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  • John Sewell

    John Sewell

    Year 8 Tutor, Head of Arts

    John Sewell

    After working for several years in the UK as a Head of Art, I decided to discover what Art education was like around the world. I have worked in Singapore, France, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Qatar and Saudi Arabia. My experience of academic programs covers, British, American, and all levels of I.B. from Kindergarten to Grade 13.

    The opportunity to work in Poland was easy to say yes to, because of location and the school’s reputation and academic program.

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  • Eloise Hoyland in class

    Eloise Hoyland

    Year 8 Tutor, Science Teacher, STEAM Coordinator

    Eloise Hoyland

    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 got 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.

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  • Agnieszka Dymerska

    Agnieszka Dymerska

    Year 8 Tutor ,SEN teacher

    Agnieszka Dymerska

    I have completed and graduated from the University of Warsaw with MA Honours in the field of Social Prophylaxis and Special Education. I then moved to London where I worked in the Learning Support department in an international school in London Knightsbridge. 

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  • Mark Stimpson

    Mark Stimpson

    Year 8 Tutor, Geography teacher, Head of Humanities

    Mark Stimpson

    I am Scottish and come from Glasgow where I also completed my undergraduate degree in Geography in 1997 and my post-graduate certificate in secondary education (PGCE) at Strathclyde University in 2002. I also gained a Diploma in School Improvement from Birmingham University in 2015 and have some short experience of being a caretaker school principal.

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