Green Shift Educational Services brings education to life! We plan and deliver a variety of STEM workshops (national curriculum or non-curriculum based), after school clubs and children’s science parties. We deliver to children ranging from Primary school age (KS1) to young adults in 6th Form (KS5).
With a range of innovative and creative methods, we engage and motivate our learners at school and beyond.
Based in Newcastle upon Tyne, we cover right across the North East region, offering fun, enriching and hands on activities, helping us to inspire our future generations.
We work to the highest educational standards; complementing existing learning in schools across the region.
We also work closely with employers in the region which enables us to provide relevant smart skills that will set the learners in good stead come their time to enter work.
We are also registered with both the Royal Institution’s STEM Directories and British Science week.
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With almost 15 years of teaching experience, backed up with many additional years in industry related posts, Angela is very passionate about the STEM subjects and education.
Angela takes a huge amount of pride in the subjects that she teaches; though the biggest reward is helping to develop the individuals, whether it’s a young infant discovering their love for science or a 15 year old working on their GCSE’s.
As a fully qualified, experienced teacher with the skills to develop whichever services employers of the future and educational establishments require, Angela also shares a huge passion for the Green Energy Agenda and the new and advancing technologies that are emerging
Angela is a fully qualified teacher of Science, Physics and Maths and has been teaching for over 13 years in schools across Tyne and Wear
Angela has taught pupils ranging from ages 11 to 18 years old (Key Stage 3 to Key Stage 5) during this time. However, she has also been involved in working with much younger pupils during various transition events over a large number of years, some of which were developed and led by her. She has also had positions of responsibility whilst in her teaching including acting second in science faculty position, school STEM co-ordinator and PGCE teacher training co-ordinator and mentor.
Angela’s passion for science stems right back prior to her teaching career. She worked at the National Blood Service in Newcastle upon Tyne for 8 years as a Medical Laboratory Assistant within a science laboratory environment. During this time she developed a real love of science and knew that was the path that she would follow. She completed an Honours Degree at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne where she studied Physics with medical applications completing a lot of her final year in a local hospital working in the local cancer centre. It was also at this time that Angela developed a passion for education and teaching and so completed educational modules in the final year of her degree. She then studied for her PGCE teacher training course at the same university and so began her teaching career.
Angela is also a GCSE Physics examiner with the AQA exam board.
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