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Education Specialist - ArchaeoLink
Sarah graduated from the University of Liverpool with a BA (hons) Archaeology of the Eastern Mediterranean following this with an MSc Early Hominid Studies. She then worked as a researcher at the university for two years before qualifying as a TEFL teacher. She taught at the University of Tunis for four years and also worked for the British Council and AMIDEAST. She taught in Italy for two years before returning to England where she gained her PGCE at Homerton College. She has since taught in both primary and secondary schools, and was invited to be a lead teacher for science for Norfolk. Her role necessitated visiting schools, supporting teachers while delivering new materials and teaching techniques. She is currently Head of Lower School Science which entailed writing the Science course for and teaching years 5 to 8 pupils including GCSE and A level students. She has completed an Advanced Diploma in Archaeology with ICE focusing her research on Tunisian archaeology.