Meet our 378 teachers
Here are ten of our talented teachers, from a wide range of schools around the UK who have all contributed lessons to Oak. To find a particular teacher, browse by subject in the menu.
Hello, I’m Alex Benger and I teach History. When I’m not thinking about history curriculum design, you’ll probably find me watching football or cooking my famous triple-cooked chips.
Mrs Terri Barry
I have an MSc in Teaching and Learning from Oxford University, where I also completed my PGCE in RE and Citizenship. I have been teaching both these subjects since 2010 and became passionate about building a department which values both RE and Citizenship. I accomplished this in in 2015 and am now Subject Lead of Citizenship, Religion, Philosophy, Ethics and PSHE at a secondary school in Kent where all students take GCSE in both Citizenship and RE. I enjoy the challenge of discussing important issues which impact all our lives with my students. Outside the classroom I enjoy the great outdoors, running, baking and spending time with my family.
Secondary Art & Design
I am an Art and Photography teacher working with secondary school and sixth form students aged 11-18. My favourite part of the job is teaching students new skills that enable them to express their creativity and make work they can be really proud of.
EYFS & Primary Maths
Hello friends, I’m Miss Molnar! I am currently a Maths Specialist teacher at a primary school in Woolwich. I have been teaching for eight years now and I couldn’t imagine doing anything else! I love working with children and I am passionate about maths. I support teaching and learning in maths across my partnership as well as locally as a Mastery Specialist. The most rewarding experience I’ve had so far in my career was having the opportunity to visit Shanghai to observe Mastery teaching in action!
I am a geography teacher at a secondary school in Dorset. Since working at this school I have taught across both Key Stage 3 and 4. My favourite part of my job is being able to link the learning that happens in the classroom with the spectacular coastal landscape found in the surrounding area, and of course, sharing my fascination with the natural world with children!
I am in my eighth year of teaching English and am currently in charge of Teaching and Learning in a secondary school in Suffolk. I love getting involved with extra curricular opportunities, including running the Extended Project Qualification and the Shakespeare Schools Festival. When I’m not teaching, I enjoy reading and going to the cinema. This year, I have achieved a life long ambition of co-authoring a book, an accomplishment of which I am extremely proud!
I am currently the Deputy Head of Maths in a secondary school in West London. My favourite part about teaching maths is when my students get that ’’eureka’’ moment and enjoyment from finding a solution, where I can see their confidence in my subject grow! When I’m not teaching I love to sing in my a cappella group and play netball.
I am currently head of MFL and professional tutor at a school in Brighton. I teach French and Spanish to GCSE level, and also coordinate our international visitors and our work with LGBTQ students, including running our weekly LGBTQ club. My favourite part of my job is when the penny drops and someone learns something new. I also love hearing jokes and stories from all my students.
I was born in Ecuador and have lived in London since I was 3. I am currently the Year 3 teacher and Phonics lead in my school that I have worked in for 5 years. I love creating fun and memorable lessons for my class with songs and dances. My favourite part of my job is watching the children grow not just academically but become good people. Every day is full of different stories. I love my job.
Primary Design & Technology
Hello! My name is Miss Larham and I am currently an assistant headteacher and SENCO from a small primary school in Bedfordshire. I am very lucky that I get to teach Design & Technology to all the classes in my school. D&T is my favourite subject as we get to learn lots of practical skills and help to solve real life, challenging problems. Outside of teaching I love to spend time with my family, and I enjoy walking through woodlands and along the beach.