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Meet our 5 Combined Science teachers

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Shanaz Begum

Secondary Chemistry, Combined Science

I am currently teaching science in a school in Salford. I love science, especially chemistry. I have been teaching for 17 years and teaching isn’t just a job for me, I love it and I wouldn’t do anything else. I love the interaction with students and how everyday is different. When I’m not teaching I love to cook for my family and enjoy reading a good book.

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Dom Campbell

Secondary Chemistry, Combined Science

I am a head of science at a school in Stockport. I have been teaching science for 14 years, specialising in chemistry. I enjoy a ’good’ science joke, one of my favourites is ’’I heard oxygen and magnesium were going out, I was like O Mg!’’. Away from the classroom I’m a big football fan. I coach my son’s team and still try and play a bit myself.

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Eileen Deng

Secondary Chemistry, Combined Science

I’m a Head of Science and KS4 subject lead at a school in London. I studied Chemical Engineering at the University of Nottingham as I’ve always been interested in the manufacturing of makeup products and I have a PhD in the synthesis of high-value biodegradable polymers using microwaves. I worked at one of the world’s largest cosmetics companies before becoming a Science teacher and my favourite part of my job is sharing my experience in industry with students and inspiring students to pursue a career in STEM. When I’m not teaching, I enjoy playing the guitar, baking and gardening.

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Andy Saville

Secondary Combined Science, Physics

I am currently the Head of Science at Sheffield Springs Academy, working with students aged 11-16. My favourite part of my job is the interactions with students, and helping to inspire and motivate them to succeed in both science, and across the school.

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Claudia Wong

Secondary Biology, Combined Science

I am currently a head of science of a school located in London. I studied at the University for Hong Kong and then I pursued a Master’s degree at the University of Exeter. I moved to the UK six years ago and I have been teaching for five years now. I enjoy every minute of teaching and becoming a teacher is the best decision I have ever made. When I am not teaching, I enjoy going to the gym, photography and propagating succulents. I have so many succulent plants that I have lost count!