Miss Sarah Brooks, Teacher of Modern Foreign Languages
Miss Brooks is originally from London and moved to the Island last year after finishing her undergraduate studies at Durham University. She completed her PGCE at Southampton University in June 2018 and looks forward to her NQT year at the Island Free School.
Miss Brooks completed her teacher training on the Isle of Wight. As part of this course she also travelled to Kenya and taught for a short time in a Kenyan school. She has travelled extensively in South and Central America working on a range of voluntary projects such as building a water system in Nicaragua, conserving turtles in Costa Rica and teaching English in Peru. Prior to this she also worked in both Spain and France.
Alongside her love of travel Miss Brooks is also a keen sportswomen and plays football and rugby for local teams.
Miss Brooks’ goals…
Miss Sarah Brooks
PGCE – Southampton University
Undergraduate Degree – University of Durham
Expectations of pupil progress
A progress measure identifies improvement in learning and therefore is a good measure of the impact an individual teacher has had on a pupil or class. Pupils are expected to make a minimum of 3 points’ progress in each subject each year. As part of teacher appraisals we will report on the average progress made by classes taught by each of our teachers. An average of three points is the expected progress measure. A progress measure of 4 points or more highlights good to outstanding teaching and learning. All progress measures at the Island Free School are taken from externally marked or moderated exams taken at the end of the year.
Miss S. Brooks – Teacher of MFL
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