My name is Eman Mohamed, originally born and raised in London to Egyptian parents.
I achieved a First Class degree from Kingston University. I worked in Pharmacy for 8 years before training into the world of teaching on 2010. A great career decision and one I have never looked back on.
My claim to fame is playing semi-professional football in 1998-99 in the Greater London League, for Spurs Ladies and while I may not been physically capable to play as well as I did all those years ago, I do enjoy watching the beautiful game.
With both parents being from Egypt I have been extremely fortunate over the years to visit and experience the culture and explore the history of the country, especially Alexandria, a city I consider home.
I have worked in education since 2010 and have had several roles over the years. My Science experience includes teaching the British National Curriculum in Biology, Chemistry and Physics, with my specialism being Chemistry.
I have also been Head of Faculty in the UK leading several departments including Vocational (BTEC) studies, Religious Studies, and Personal Social Health and Economic (PSHE).
In addition to my teaching experience, which includes Child Development, Geography, Health and Social Care, Religious Studies along with Science, my active role in school life is very clear; my experience evidences my success with regard to cultural diversity and inclusion, this is an area in education that I am extremely passionate about.