Mrs Chloe Williams, Lead Teacher for Departmental Development & Head of English
Mrs Williams is a motivated, dedicated and ambitious English Teacher. She grew up on the Island, and returned in 2016 after a six year absence. She is passionate about and committed to the potential of the Isle of Wight and firmly believes that with the right curriculum, environment and teaching staff, Island pupils will excel.
Mrs Williams studied in London, gaining a BA in English and Drama from Queen Mary University and then her Post Graduate Certificate in Secondary English from Goldsmiths University. She spent a year teaching English and Drama in a high-achieving, dynamic London Secondary School, where she gained a wealth of excellent teaching experience. She has taught a range of ages, abilities (including GCSE and A Level) and special educational needs. Mrs Williams has led a range of Drama enrichment activities including LAMDA examinations, Shakespeare for Schools and organising whole school theatre trips. As well as this, her outside experience of working on demanding Film and TV sets has enabled her to develop and nurture an outstanding, innovative and rigorous teaching practice that understands the potential for Drama to enhance a student’s core English education.
Mrs Williams’ goals…
Mrs Chloe Williams
A levels in English Literature, Theatre Studies and Geography.
BA Joint Honours in English and Drama from Queen Mary University
PGCE in Secondary English (School Direct) Goldsmiths University
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