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Year 9 Tutors

  • Robert Prokic

    Robert Prokic

    Head of Year 9, Mathematic Teacher

    Robert Prokic

    After three fantastic years teaching in the United States at the British International School of Washington, I desired a new professional challenge closer to the United
    Kingdom, with Warsaw being the perfect location.

    During my time at the British International School of Washington, I have had the privilege of teaching students from Year 7 through to Year 13 (ages 11-18) and have had numerous classes sitting iGCSE and IB terminal examinations, with all achieving excellent results. Before teaching internationally, I taught at a large comprehensive school in Sheffield, England where I was KS3 leader and helped to raise student attainment considerably.

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  • Jaime Gibson

    Jaime Gibson

    Year 9 Tutor, Head of Music Department, Teacher of Music

    Jaime Gibson

    studied my Bachelor of Music in Sydney focusing on performance on the Saxophone and Clarinet and Music Technology. I became passionate about Wind Orchestra and studied conducting with Symphony Australia and under many American professors through the Australian Band and Orchestra Directors Association which led me to studying in Los Angeles and New York.

    I love to perform and when I moved to London to teach I also joined the BBC Elstree Wind Orchestra on Clarinet and performed in a range of Blues and Pop bands. I became a Teacher Ambassador for the Royal College of Music while working in London which was a great honour. I really appreciate the musical history of Europe and decided to base myself in Warsaw to be closer to the birthplace of so many of the great composers such as Frédéric Chopin. The relationship with Juilliard was a big factor in choosing to work at BSW and I’m excited about the upcoming projects.

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  • Jean Kingham

    Year 9 Tutor, Head of Additional Support Department

    Jean Kingham

    I have been teaching English to speakers of other languages for over 25 years.  I started in Burma in a little international school and then worked with Secondary and Tertiary student at the British Council.

    I then worked in a very successful British International school in Bangkok Thailand for 15 years teaching children in Reception and Key Stage 1.  In 2006 I moved to the British International school Jeddah in Saudi Arabia where I taught Key Stage 2 and headed the support programmes in both English as a Second Language and Special Educational Needs.  I join the British School Warsaw with my husband Louis Bezodis.

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  • Nihan Baranska in class

    Nihan Baranska

    Year 9 Tutor,English Teacher

    Nihan Baranska

    I joined The British School Warsaw in 2012. I have a Masters degree in Politics and Social Policy from the University of Nottingham and a Bachelor degree in History at Bogazici University, Istanbul. My love for languages and humanities has led me into a teaching career. After obtaining CELTA and PGCE in English Language Teaching I worked for several years in Istanbul as a Theory of Knowledge and English teacher in IB schools and as a lecturer at the School of Foreign Languages at Bogazici University.

     

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  • Elena Segalini-Bower

    Elena Segalini-Bower

    Year 9 tutor, Biology Teacher

    Elena Segalini-Bower

    Elena has been as Head of Biology, Head of EPQ and Head of Teaching and Learning, Sixth Form tutor and teacher of A Level Psychology at Hereford Cathedral School (a co-educational independent day school) which she joined in 2008.

    Elena was one of the three finalists in the Royal Society of Biology teacher of the year award in July 2015.

    She is one of 15 members of the Royal Society of Biology Curriculum Committee (https://www.rsb.org.uk/about-us/committees/biology-curriculum-committee), a group of university researchers, professors, representatives from industries and teachers advising government on biology curriculum content.

    Elena has been a KS3 National Science Strategy Lead teacher for Worcestershire and she has worked in both independent and state schools as a Lead Teacher focusing on implementing the most effective teaching and learning strategies.

    She was educated in Italy and spent two years completing a Masters on Ethology (Ants Behaviour) as part of her Natural Sciences degree course at Parma University (Italy). During her PGCE course at Worcester University (England) she completed a project on the Active Learning Cycle comparing the use of Visual, Auditory and Kinaesthetic activities to enhance learning to more traditional teaching techniques. 

    Her article on the Endoplasmic Reticulum Song homework featured in the School Science Review published by ASE (Association for Science Education).

     

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  • Steve Nobili

    Steven Nobili

    Year 9 Tutor, EAL Teacher

    Steven Nobili

    After qualifying as a teacher in London in 2008 I have gained experience in both UK and Polish universities. I have also taught in secondary schools in both countries, am passionate about teaching and love seeing my students progress.

    Having lived in Warsaw for a number of years with a daughter who has grown up here, I am very much at home in Poland and enjoy my life in this country.

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  • Michelle O'Looney

    Michelle O’Looney

    Year 9 Tutor, EAL Teacher

    Michelle O’Looney

    I have a Master’s Degree in European Integration from the University of Limerick and a Bachelors International in Public and Social Policy. My keen interest in languages led me into a teaching career. After obtaining a CELTA, I moved to Poland in 2011 where I worked in both the public and private sector. I enjoy teaching immensely and hope my continued experience and fun personality will allow me to contribute a great deal to The British School Warsaw. Bring on the challenge!

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  • Barbara Peplinska

    Year 9 tutor, Science Teacher

    Barbara Peplinska

    We arrived in Warsaw In March 1993, with our three small children. I had been very happy teaching Chemistry in a large Comprehensive school in central  London for 6 years, but had to give this up for our new adventure. My eldest daughter joined Reception in September, by which time, the school had already grown exponentially.  Finding it difficult to cope without the stimulation of a job, I managed to find work and it wasn’t till September 1996 that a part-time Science job became available for me at The British School. I have been teaching in the school ever since. I have been part of the school’s growth from Primary, to Secondary to IB. Virtually every year has seen a new challenge and it continues to grow and change.

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