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Most Admired Person. Clifford Culbert has been a Physics teacher at St. He has been a teacher since having worked as a mechanical and chemical engineer previously. He attended Kingston Polytechnic and gained a sandwich degree in mechanical engineering, which included work experience at Vauxhall motors and Blanc Fabric in France. He worked for two engineering companies as a design engineer for three years before running his family business as a consultant chemical engineer in specialised electroplating.
His outside interests are his family, including his wife, three children and two dogs, coarse fishing and cricket. He is secretary of his local coarse fishing club and is currently trying to improve the local fishing facility by building better parking and a potential new fishing pond. Colin Ely has been the warden at Woodstock Road since and is also one of the team of duty managers, responding to student emergencies evenings and weekends.
Living in residence at St. Having trained in graphic art and photography Colin ran his own graphic design business for many years, more recently concentrating on interior design projects along with garden design — he has achieved Gold and Bronze awards at Chelsea Flower Show. He cycles regularly, was a keen oarsman and coached rowing for a number of schools in Oxfordshire and Berkshire. He maintains a love of the mountains and mountaineering, climbing rock as well snow and ice.
Summits have included Mont Blanc and the Matterhorn! In , he took his family to Argentina for two years where he was converted to the superiority of the IB and he then went to Toulouse, France where he set up the IB Diploma in a brand new international school. He has four children, runs with a local club and speaks with more enthusiasm than accuracy Spanish and French.
A follower of Tottenham Hotspur, he is inured to disappointment. Daniel has written articles and essays on corruption, state and society and his current interest is in identity, power and legitimacy. Daniel is the warden for 4 Staverton Road residence and lives at St. In addition Daniel works part-time in the college library. Darrel grew up by the coast in Devon before going to study at the Oxford School of Architecture.
As well as undertaking private commissions, he has mainly specialised in the education sector working on schools, colleges and universities. This exposure eventually led Darrel into teaching, where he chose to specialise in Maths because of his fascination with mathematical concepts, his enjoyment of problem solving and the importance of Maths in the workplace — especially relating to construction.
Darrel worked in three UK schools and recently managed a department of 12 secondary maths teachers, and undertook leadership and management of assessment and progress before moving to St. Darrel lives in the beautiful city of Oxford and spends time progressing building projects, and with his family including 3 children. He enjoys visiting new places, art, architecture, design, painting, woodwork, reading and KenKens. He likes a wide variety of music, plays guitar and aspires to play piano. Darrel enjoys swimming and has intermittent success when surfing in the summer months.
He has attended many workshops and training sessions since then, and helps to run the TOK module for our IB summer school.
In he began working as a Personal Tutor, and also works in the library where he recently set up an educational e-video platform for staff and students. He was awarded his first degree by the University of Wales in the Humanities, and has also studied Art and Design. His main interests are photography and philosophy, and he is hoping to return to postgraduate study in the near future.
He has exhibited photographs in Oxford and has taken many of the pictures on this website. David has worked in education for over 35 years.
Alongside his work in Oxford, David has maintained and developed his roles as a private chemistry tutor, web developer and author. In his spare time David enjoys sailing, cycling and swimming — much of which he does with his wife and two children. He is currently teaching Russian Literature and is also a Personal Tutor. In the past three years David has been a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Oxford researching the colophons of Armenian manuscripts from the late 14th and 15th centuries.
Trilingual from birth Armenian, Greek, and Russian , David loves learning foreign languages, especially the ones with unique scripts. He also teaches Theory of Knowledge. His main online publication is planetqhe. David delivers IB teacher workshops and has been an assistant examiner for the IB since David loves music, and at the moment is channelling inspiration from this field to create a website exploring the diversity of the mathematical experience. David finds relaxation in the gym, by cooking, photography or by following his football team with a loyalty that is unconditional and at times irrational.
Her teaching history spans nearly thirty years, with her first experience of teaching the IB in Cairo in where she was responsible for the design of a new IB Physics laboratory.
Denise has an honours degree in Physics from the University of Southampton, a PGCE from the University of Manchester and an MEd from the University of Bristol where she focused not only on science teaching but also philosophy of science and counselling. Denise began her teaching career in the state system in inner city Manchester, moving on to Egypt.
This wanderlust has left her with a variable proficiency in Turkish, French, Spanish and Arabic. Denise has two teenaged children whom she dotes on, and relaxes by spending time with her family. Her hobbies, time permitting, include yoga and belly dancing — though not at the same time! She has a passion for physics that she can never quite switch off outside the classroom and aspires to pass this on to her students. Emily Woodeson is a teacher of Biology and Oxbridge adviser who has been working at St. Before this she worked in a variety of local schools as Head of Science.
A keen traveller, Emily has worked in schools and charity projects in Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Kenya and Nicaragua and spent two years helping to set up an international school in Penang, Malaysia.
At Oxford University, she was more likely to be found in a boat than in the lab and represented the University in the Boat Race, being part of the first victorious Oxford crew for 10 years. Now she runs, cycles and is a keen netballer. During this time, she also taught at the University of Darmstadt, and led a research projects on how to implement better communication and mediation in schools. She gained additional specialist qualifications in family therapy and psychotherapy, which enabled her to get involved in the first email emergency call service set up in Germany, where she supported clients as well as she trained volunteers.
Fanny speaks German, French and English.
As an admirer of different cultures, she has travelled through most of Europe, China, Georgia, Mongolia and Russia. Her passion for education, language, literature and the arts make her feel very much at home in a city like Oxford. Francesca Shakespeare is a practising artist and Art teacher. Francesca did a Fine Art and Italian degree at Exeter University, living and working in Italy before and during her course.
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Before moving to Oxford over twenty years ago, she ran a mural and decorative Art business in London with a studio in Notting Hill and commissions all around the country. She then started painting and teaching and exhibits both locally and further afield. Francesca is an active member of the local art community.
Francesca is married with three children in their twenties.