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

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    We operate an open admissions policy because we believe that given the right learning environment every child can grow and thrive to be an outstanding success in life.

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Specialist Teachers

  • Norah Buckley

    Norah Buckley

    Assistant Head Teacher, Safeguarding and Learning Support.

    Norah Buckley

    After obtaining my teaching degree, my first teaching post was 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 Key Stage 2 Manager, SEN, Child Protection, Art, and Maths.

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  • Jean Kingham Heaad of EAL

    Jean Kingham

    Head of Additional Support Department

    Jean Kingham

    I have been teaching English to speakers of other languages for more than 25 years. My career started in Burma at a little international school and I then worked with secondary and tertiary students at the British Council.

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    Christopher Kinlan

    Special Educational Needs Teacher & Head of Year 7

    Christopher Kinlan

    After spending more than ten years working as a professional dancer onboard various international cruise ships, I returned to England ready to start a new career as a teacher. I had always seen a career in education in my future, but I also wanted to travel the world and can now share my experiences with the younger generation.

    I studied to be a teacher in London at Roehampton University. Upon completion of my teacher training, I undertook a teaching position at Bradstow School in my hometown of Broadstairs, Kent, working with young people with severe intellectual disabilities and associated emotional/ behavioural challenges, who are on the autistic spectrum continuum.

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  • Agnieszka Dymerska2

    Agnieszka Dymerska

    SEN teacher

    Agnieszka Dymerska

    I 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 Knightsbridge.

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  • Evelyn Balut

    Evelyn Bałut

    Secondary Librarian

    Evelyn Bałut

    I graduated with a degree in Natural Science from Trinity College Dublin in 2004, and went on to complete a PhD in Botany, specialising in population genetics, which I graduated from in 2009. After graduation I worked in the research laboratories of the National Botanic Gardens in Dublin, where I worked on several projects studying the genetic diversity of Irish plant species. 

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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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  • 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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  • Iza Banasikowska

    Izabela Banasikowska

    School Psychologist

    Izabela Banasikowska

    I graduated in psychology from University of Warsaw, with a speciality in clinical child psychology. I completed my PhD studies at the University of Warsaw and a course in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy at Centrum Terapii Poznawczo-Behawioralnej in Warsaw, organised by Oxford Cognitive Therapy Centre (www.octc.co.uk), Centrum Terapii Poznawczo-Behawioralnej (www.ctpb.pl) and Polskie Towarzystwo Psychologiczne. I became a certified cognitive-behavioural psychotherapist in 2009 and have worked since then under the regular supervision of cognitive-behavioural therapy supervisors. 

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