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Together we can...embrace a learning journey which innovates and inspires.



My philosophy to living a life of significance is ‘To be the best version of yourself.’ This strongly resonates with my core values. I am passionate about living a life of significance. I intend to help students on their journey through education and life beyond school. As a teacher, I believe I can help build resilience, innovate a growth mindset and support early childhood development through creating an enabling and purposeful teaching and learning environment.

Make everyday mean something, the world is filled with opportunity, and I intend to capture and create many memories. Memories which make a difference.

I am inspired by cognitive science and the human brain fascinates me. I believe the more we understand the functions and processes of the brain, the more impactful the teaching and learning process will be for everyone.

I am passionate about being present in everyday life and impacting others through simply being grateful and showing gratitude. 

Every day brings new choices embrace the journey and strive to be the best version of yourself.

How to link with me

Twitter | Instagram | Own Website | Journal Link


1. Psychological

2. Emotional

3. Physical

4. Relational Energy


Why Mayflower?

From the moment I started my teaching career Mayflower captured my heart. The schools ‘together we can’ resonates with my own philosophy and  made in Mayflower, feels like home.                                 

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What I am reading

I am an avid reader of cognitive science and human behaviour. I am fascinated by the world around me and I like to explore. I am currently reading  ‘When the ADULTs change EVERYTING Changes.          

What am I Researching?

I am currently researching why it is important for teachers to understand cognitive levels and how cognitive development theories and psychology help explain how students process information and learn.