Deputy Director of Learning for Iberia
Natasha was born and grew up in London but spent holidays in Spain, where she learned Spanish. These experiences inspired her love of languages, leading her to study a BA in French, Spanish and Portuguese at the University of Nottingham.
She has a background in developing Teaching and Learning having worked at three of the UK’s top state schools in various leadership positions. She then moved to Spain to become Head of Secondary at the British School of Málaga, which led her to apply for her current role. She is passionate about creativity in the classroom and completed a Masters degree at Cambridge University in Leading Teaching and Learning, specialising in Digital Learning. Natasha used this experience to help the British School of Málaga to move from using a traditional model of education to a blended learning model where all students have access to digital technology and creative learning experiences.
In her spare time, she enjoys making music and singing at cathedrals with her choir back in the UK. She likes to go to as many live concerts as possible including music from all genres from rock to rap to classical. She is a football fan and had a season ticket to Watford FC in England prior to moving to Spain. She also loves to travel and owns a suitcase that has visited all the inhabited continents in the world.
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