Early Years Teacher
Full Name: Annie Niamh Buxton-Cook
Position: Early Years Teacher
Education and Qualification: University of Liverpool (UK): BA HONS English Language and Literature, Bradford McMillan School of Teaching (UK): PGCE Primary Education
Teaching Experience: 3 years primary teaching experience in Key Stage 1 and Early Years (UK), Teaching placements across Key Stage 2 (UK), 5 months teaching English as a Second Language (Spain).
Professional Accomplishments: Religious Education Coordinator and History Coordinator (2 years), Step-up Head of Early Years, Training; Forest Schools, Team Teach, QuadBlogging/ Whole School Blogging and Twitter, Leading for Excellence, History Leaders, R.E Leaders, Read Write Including Phonics, Maths Mastery/Swimming in Maths, Power of Reading, Teaching EAL. CPD delivered; Developing Early Years Outdoor Areas, Assessment for Learning, Gathering Effective Evidence.
Description: I have taught for 3 years as a class teacher and have spent the last 2 years of my teaching career as an Early Years teacher in a multicultural school in Liverpool (UK). I have been privileged to have worked with children and families from all over the world, supporting a wide range of needs including; English as an additional language, special educational needs, speech and language needs and many more. As a teacher, I am passionate about exploratory play and learning. I am now excited to begin teaching as part of the Renaissance team and hope to immerse myself within the wonderful Vietnamese culture!