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Science Department

  • Susan John

    Susan John

    Head of Chemistry, Assistant University Advisor, Year 13 Tutor

    Susan John

    After I graduated, I trained as a neuropharmacologist using neurochemical techniques, and during this time I developed an interest in teaching and training. I subsequently embarked on a teaching career. Most of my professional career has been spent teaching a range of sixth form chemistry courses in addition to IGCSE chemistry. In previous teaching appointments, I have successfully developed and established a diverse STEM enrichment programme with a local charity and knowledge-based companies in Cambridge.

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  • Andy Bell

    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 also 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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  • Roxanne Christer-Thomas

    Roxanne Christer-Thomas

    Head of Physics

    Roxanne Christer-Thomas

    I have taught A level and IB Physics in the UK, Jordan and Egypt, and both GCSE and IGCSE science too. I have a special interest in inclusivity in the classroom and in strategies to build resilience in our learners. I believe in life long learning and am always keen to learn and develop myself hence making the choice to move to The British School, Warsaw to take on the role of Head of Physics.

     

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  • Peter Ormanczyk

    Peter Ormanczyk

    Head of Biology & Year 11 Tutor

    Peter Ormanczyk

    Science has been my real passion since my own school days, and this led me to complete a Medical Studies degree at the University of Birmingham. Although I went on to train and work as a Quantity Surveyor, I quickly realised that the aspects of the job which I enjoyed most involved teaching and training. I subsequently completed my PGCE at St. Mary’s University and was delighted to be back in the classroom. I have since worked as a Science Teacher, specialising in Biology, across all year groups in both the state and private sector. I am coming to BSW from Eltham College in South London, where I have led the Medical Society and prepared students for their first steps in careers in Medicine. I was also in charge of a devolved leadership project to expand the use of IT in the classroom, and I enjoy exploring new avenues in teaching and learning.

     

    I am excited to be joining the BSC, not only because of its great reputation and the chance to be part of a brilliant community of staff and students, but also because of its proximity to areas of great scientific significance and beauty!

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  • Jacek Latkowski

    Dr Jacek Łatkowski

    Physics Teacher

    Dr Jacek Łatkowski

    I have taught for more than 30 years at university, college and secondary school levels. I began teaching in secondary schools in 1989 when I took a post as a science teacher in Hamilton, Canada.  After a couple of years of teaching in Canada, I decided to relocate to Europe and accepted a post at an international school in Munich, Germany. This marked the beginning of more than two decades in international education and my involvement with the IB programme, teaching IB Physics, Mathematics and TOK.

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  • Eloise Hoyland

    Eloise Hoyland

    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 began my first role as science teacher. 

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  • Barbara Peplinska

    Barbara Peplinska

    Science Teacher

    Barbara Peplinska

    We arrived in Warsaw in March 1993, with our three small children. I had previously taught Chemistry in a large comprehensive school in central London for 6 years. I joined The British School Warsaw in September 1996 in a part-time science role and have been teaching here ever since. I am delighted to have been part of the school’s growth from primary, to secondary and IB. I strive to give the students an exciting learning experience which helps them achieve the best that they can.  

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