Meet the Teachers
The art of teaching is the art of assisting discovery. – Mark Van Doren
The British School of Bucharest has a unique ethos and approach to academic excellence. Catering to more than 650 students aged 2-18 with a rich multi-cultural background, the BSB Faculty works every day to create an environment where the values of global citizenship are promoted and developed in our pupils.
Apart from helping our students fulfil their academic potential, the BSB Faculty is responsible for instilling an appreciation for other cultures, world perspectives, and cultural backgrounds to help them become better individuals.
This section invites you to better understand the BSB Faculty culture by giving you access to our teacher's individuals stories and perspectives, what sets them apart and what makes them outstanding at their job.
Their individual experiences enhance the British School of Bucharest culture of learning, high-quality work, and character aid students in becoming the best versions of themselves.
So, let’s Meet the Teachers of the British School of Bucharest
An Extraordinary Journey from BSB Parent to BSB Teacher
An interview with Raina Myson, Pre-Nursery Teacher....Read More
Teaching Does Not Have a Magic Formula, It Only Takes a Little Soul
Ms. Susan Marks joined the British School of Bucharest in 2020 and brought significant experience in...Read More
Secondary Production Means Hard Work, Discipline, and Dedication
Abigail Turkmore brings significant experience to the British School of Bucharest in her role as...Read More
I Love Children and Knew that My Future Lay in Working with Them
Geraldine Andrews joined the British School of Bucharest in 2019 as a Primary School Teacher and Key...Read More
A Bilingual Environment Creates Students Who Are More Tolerant
Graeme Morley joined the British School of Bucharest in 2019 as a Secondary Science Teacher and is...Read More
I Have Always Been Interested in Foreign Languages
Jason Porter joined the British School of Bucharest in 2013 as Deputy Head of Secondary and is now...Read More
Every Child Is Unique, and a Teacher Is There to Develop the Whole Child
Jodie Lewis joined BSB in 2014. She qualified with a BA(Hons) in Primary Education from the...Read More
Provide the Children with an Environment where They Feel Safe to Take Risks and Explore
Kate Dibble joined the British School of Bucharest in 2011 as a Year 1 teacher. Kate studied Primary...Read More
A Foreign Language Opens so many Doors to Incredible Opportunities
Kim McCallum joined the British School of Bucharest in 2019 as a Secondary Modern Foreign Languages...Read More
At BSB, I Am Impressed by the Wonderful Sense of Community
Lucy Harrison joined the British School of Bucharest in 2019 as a Teaching Assistant. She graduated...Read More
Teaching with Enthusiasm, Willingness to Play and Experimental Attitude
Mark Williams joined the British School of Bucharest in 2006 and is now Head of the Creative...Read More
The Best Part of My Career is Seeing Children Progress in their Knowledge, Confidence, and Skills
Naomi Aves is a Music Educator, having eight years’ experience teaching in various schools from EYFS...Read More
It Is Essential to Make Learning Fun If We Want Motivated and Engaged Students
Ramona Boiangiu works with children in Key Stage 1 (Year 1) at the British School of Bucharest,...Read More
Someone Had Belief in Me and I Took This Opportunity
Rob Notley joined the British School of Bucharest in 2019 as the Head of Sixth Form and a Physical...Read More
A Lot of My Former Students Are Still Active in Music, and I Find that Incredibly Satisfying
Sally Clark, studied Music at the University of Huddersfield and then taught EAL (English as an...Read More
Tales From the Past are Just as Fascinating as Current Stories
Scott Allsop joined the British School of Bucharest in 2014. In addition to his role as Head of...Read More
My Interest in History Was Inspired by a School Project
Susannah Read, who joined the British School of Bucharest in 2018, has a degree in the rather...Read More
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