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Emily Hopkinson, Deputy Headteacher, Secondary – GIS Spotlight | Blog

Emily Hopkinson Garden International School Teacher Spotlight

What is your happy space?
When I’m on an aeroplane, travelling somewhere new. I love the anticipation of what I will find, where I will go and who I will meet.

Tell us a less-known fact about you.
I love Formula 1. I am unbelievably excited about going to the last Malaysian Grand Prix!

How and why did you get into the teaching profession?
I really enjoyed learning new things and wanted to share this passion for learning amongst others. I wanted to make a difference to the lives of young people and see them grow, learn and flourish.

What is the greatest thing of being a teacher?
Seeing young people persevere, even when something is tough, and sharing their sense of accomplishment in the end.

Complete the sentence: I wish…that I all young people, across the world, were happy, successful and safe.

What is your favourite activity/project at GIS?
I’m really excited to be working on a new blueprint for assessment over the coming year, working closely with Katy Bannister from the Primary School.

Describe GIS in three words.
Positive. Innovative. Passionate.

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