Mr Andrew Teague, Head of KS4 Science
Mr Teague read for an undergraduate degree in Forensic Science at the University of the West of England and continued his studies with a Masters degree in Criminology and Criminal Psychology at the University of Portsmouth before returning to the Isle of Wight to train as a Chemistry teacher.
Mr Teague has taught in several schools and has been recognised as a talented and dedicated Science teacher. He has led on the delivery of STEM activities in schools and he has run two successful groups, one designing their own environmentally friendly Island school and another where the students had to design and build a model hovercraft.
He was active member of the Isle of Wight swim team for over 10 years, competing in three Island Games competitions. He carried on swimming at university where he became the vice president of the swim team. The highlight of his sporting career was winning a bronze medal in the 2011 Island Games hosted on the Isle of Wight.
Mr Teague’s goals…
Mr Andrew Teague
Undergraduate degree in Forensic Science at the University of the West of England.
Masters degree in Criminology and Criminal Psychology at the University of Portsmouth
Teacher training on the Isle of Wight as a Chemistry teacher.
A progress measure is a measure of 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. A progress measure of +4 or higher shows good progress and a measure of +6 or higher shows outstanding progress.
Mr A. Teague – Head of KS4 Science
All pupils taught: 5.0
Free Schools Meals pupils: 5.0
Pupil Premium: 4.8
SEN pupils: 4.1
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