Senior School EAL Teacher
Aisling graduated from University College Cork in Ireland with a joint honours degree in Geography and Economics. Afterwards she embarked upon a teaching degree specialising in Geography in Canterbury Christchurch Kent in the UK and achieved a degree in teaching secondary Geography. Aisling is a keen geographer with a passion for travelling and exploring the world. She has been fortunate to expand her geographical knowledge through travel to a wide number of countries including Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Indonesia, Thailand and lived in Australia for a period of time where she explored a number of wonders of the world. Aisling spent ten years teaching geography in the UK and five years in London where she discovered her passion for working in the pastoral system. Within her school in Surrey, Oxted School she carried out a number of roles including Form Tutor, Pupil Premium Co-Ordinator, Deputy Head of House and most recently Deputy Head of Sixth form and Head of Year 12. At Dulwich college, Aisling will be working within the Humanities department teaching Geography and Economics and working as head of the Year 8 pastoral team.