Mrs. Walker joined us in September 2018. She took a degree in Geography at Aberdeen University and then trained to teach the subject and Religious Education at Jordanhill College, Glasgow, from where she also obtained Diplomas in Education and in Special Educational Needs (SEN). Before moving to Morocco, Ms. Walker taught Psychology and Geography at a number of schools in Scotland, as well as working in a range of educational support services.
He holds both a PGCE QTS Secondary and a PGCert in Higher Education and he is a member of the Higher Education Academy, the Royal Society of Chemistry, and the Institute of Physics.
Mr. Brown took his bachelor's degree in Chemistry at the University of Derby and his LPC, LLM at the University of Law Birmingham and was awarded the H. Carl Moultrie Legal Scholar award 2015.
Back in Morocco, she worked in AEFE Lyautey and Anatole France schools as a teacher of French and history. She then spent several years at the George Washington Academy as a Teacher and Head of the French Department. She also developed cultural awareness among students through trips abroad to have her students participate in the MUN-Foscamun conferences in Venice. She has mentored high school students at Emerging Leaders conferences in Richmond, US, where they were taught how to be confident as leaders.
For several years, she has organised various successful trips for her students to the south of France to explore Medieval history and architecture related to part of the curriculum.
Furthermore, she has also organised exchanges of American students with families in Morocco to discover the cultural side of Morocco while being immersed in French.
At BISC she is primarily responsible for teaching French to high school students and preparing them for the Cambridge exams with gusto. She coordinates the Primary and Secondary Arabic and French academic teams, focusing on the importance of these languages and how to practise them while adapting support and differentiation.
Miss Anissa is an avid reader of literature who participates actively in debates and cultural evenings.