Peter Igoche, BSc.Ed Mathematics, Statistics & Computer Science (Exploring Mathematics)
Trained overseas as a key stage 3 and 4 Maths Teacher, I have over six years’ teaching experience in the UK. Currently working with Barnfield South Academy in Luton, I am a passionate teacher of Maths who strongly believes that every student can achieve in their learning of Maths.
I am overly delighted to be working with WACSS as a teacher of Maths. It is a great opportunity to be part of the noble effort to help the younger generation realise their educational potentials. My skills and passion for supporting young people to build confidence in Maths corresponds with the social ideals shared by every member of the WACSS team.
I enjoy being with my children, helping them with their school work and sporting activities.
Karron Flowers, one of the founders of the Supplemetary School (Exploring Science)
I have been in the teaching profession for over 13 years. My subjects are Physical Education and Science. I still believe in the “Every child Matters” (which is what brought me in to teaching) and I challenge each student to empower themselves and question the information they are being taught.
I want to see our children rise above the pitfalls in the educational system and reach their true potential.
Angela Walford, B.Ed Hons, MA Education, NPSLB&A (Exploring English)
I have taught in the inner London boroughs of Wandsworth, Lambeth and Lewisham. As a teacher of English in Putney, I taught the subject from Year 7 to ‘A’ level and became Deputy Head of English Department in a large comprehensive school where I introduced African and Caribbean literature to the GCSE & ‘A’ Level courses.
In my career, I have been appointed by Lambeth as National Curriculum English Advisory teacher, held the role of School Equality Adviser by Hertfordshire County Council and been Senior Adviser with lead responsibility for the LEA Behaviour in Education Support Team.