My name is Mrs Maudlin and I am the teacher of Hummingbirds three days a week alongside my colleague Mrs Wilson. I have been a teacher for more than 10 years, being at my previous school in Norwich since I was an NQT. I have taught throughout KS2 and feel extremely lucky to be doing a job a thoroughly enjoy and feel passionate about. I completed my degree in Education and Geography in Chester and went on to do my teacher training in Liverpool. I moved back to Norfolk once I had completed my studies, to be closer to my family and to begin my first teaching role.
I joined the Bawburgh team this year and I am very excited to begin a new journey in my career. I love the school and already feel part of the Bawburgh family!
I enjoy teaching all subjects, but I have a passion for teaching English and instilling a love of reading in young people. I believe that exposing all children to high quality literature increases engagement, and the many different teaching approaches I adopt enables children gain a deeper understanding of literature in a creative and fun way. I am the subject lead for English in school, which enables me to continue to develop new strategies for teaching and learning within this area of the curriculum.
Outside of school, I try to read as much as I can and enjoy listening to music. I love travelling and holidays in the sun with my family. I also enjoy going to the Theatre and wish I could go more often. My most recent visit was to see Marry Poppins, which was brilliant, and is my all-time favourite childhood film.
My name is Mrs Wilson and I am the teacher of Hummingbirds three days a week alongside my colleagues Mrs Maudlin. I have been a teacher for 9 years, being at my previous school in Norwich for my whole teaching career. I have taught throughout KS2 and love working with children of all ages. I enjoy seeing children become passionate about a subject or topic and love seeing them learn.
I completed my degree in History at the University of East Anglia and that is why I eventually ended up living in Norwich, having grown up in Chelmsford. I am married and have 2 children, Joseph and Eddie, and a cat called Archie.
I enjoy teaching all subjects, but I have a passion for teaching history and talking to children about different time periods that I have studied and continue to study in my own time. I am the subject lead for History, Geography and Life skills.
Outside of school, I read lots of different books and love watching films. I enjoy travelling and going on holidays with my friends and family, especially skiing! I run regularly and like to go for a swim at least once a week.