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Stephanie Daly



Stephanie Daly grew up in the picturesque Sussex countryside of England, relocating to Scotland to study English and French at the University of St Andrews. After graduation, she moved to Paris to work as a Lecteur at l’Université Paris-Sorbonne, as well as with l’Université Pierre et Marie Curie. 

She then moved back to the UK, to Newcastle, to work as a teacher with the educational charity Teach First. Here, Stephanie developed excellence in engaging students, via creative lessons and building a positive learning culture. 

Returning her beloved Paris in 2016, to work at the SIS, she is also pursuing a part-time Masters in Education, with the University of Warwick. 

Stephanie enjoys contemporary literature, particularly to do with other cultures or other worlds. Being part of an international family means Stephanie loves to travel in her free time, as well as having a keen interest in Pilates, creative writing and coffee.

Stephanie teaches both at the collège and lycée and is an adviser for Canadian universities and UCAS. 


Par : admin le 07/10/2017

ACTUALITÉS

von Friedrich Schiller am 17 November um 19 Uhr 30 im SEL.
Students in 3e to Terminale may now sign up for the poetry-reading competition.
Des stratégies efficaces et protectrices pour lutter contre ce phénomène.