At fifteen, through a school community service project, I did a year of volunteer work in a special school. It was this experience that set me on the path to being a teacher. I have spent 19 years working with children in Bayston Hill, the last 13 years as a teacher. It is a great privilege to be part of the children’s education and to watch them grow and develop throughout their school life.
Teaching is a busy, exciting and stimulating career where no two days are ever the same! I feel lucky to work within a great team of friendly and supportive staff here at Oakmeadow. Teaching is such a part of my family that my son has also got the bug and is a teacher in London!
When not being very busy with school work I enjoy relaxing at home and spending time my family.