Lucy Grant will be assuming the role of a class teacher in Year 2. Lucy graduated from Durham University with First-Class Honors in Mathematics. Following her graduation, she pursued her PGCE, specializing in Primary Mathematics, at Goldsmiths University in London, all while working in an outstanding school in the city.

Lucy has continued her teaching in a London school, teaching in KS1 and developing a comprehensive understanding of the British KS1 curriculum and the age-related expectations for the end of Year 2. Teaching in KS1 has always been a source of joy for her, and she takes pleasure in infusing creativity and happiness into her role while inspiring students to become curious and independent learners.

Having worked in a school with an international community, Lucy has had the opportunity to teach many students with English as an additional language. She has taught the phonics program to these students and witnessed their growth and confidence in speaking and writing in English within the supportive classroom environment. Lucy embraces and celebrates all cultures and languages within the classroom, relishing every chance to nurture each student as an individual and encourage their unique interests.

Beyond the school environment, Lucy is passionate about sports, including rowing and tennis. She initiated her rowing journey at Durham University and has been a part of a boat club in London ever since her graduation. Lucy enjoys sharing her passions with students through clubs and extracurricular activities. She is tremendously excited to bring her enthusiasm and love for teaching as she embarks on her international teaching journey in Penang.