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Rebecca Ellis has taught for 20 years in a 3 form entry junior school in Warwickshire and has two children. Prior to teaching, she gained a Biology degree from the University of Bristol and an Engineering doctorate from the Water Sciences Institute, Cranfield University. Her motivation to teach comes from a desire to understand each individual child in her care so that she can creatively inspire them to love learning.

During her 10 years leading Science, highlights have included leading the school through PSQM and SSQM to achieve gold standard, organising family learning events and competitions (including supporting the organisation of the Warwick University Primary Science Fair) and being a student mentor and guest speaker for the University of Warwick.

Rebecca was awarded the Primary Science Teacher of the Year in 2018 and since then has been part of the ‘I bet you didn’t know…’ PSTT team who write articles and teacher guides about cutting-edge science for primary school children.



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