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Beccy Mullett

ESOL Maths Coordinator & Teacher

Beccy Mullett

ESOL Maths Coordinator & Teacher

My background is in teaching English GCSE and A level in secondary schools, ESOL and Functional Skills in further education and one to one tutoring. I also really enjoy teaching Maths Functional Skills to ESOL learners and understand the mental blocks learners can have about Maths. I studied English and Drama at university and believe that drama and role play are excellent ways in which to develop confidence and fluency with language.

My role as an ESOL teacher is hugely rewarding. It is a privilege to work with staff and learners from all corners of the earth and I am continually learning from them. I am currently teaching Entry 2 English and Entry 2/3 Maths Functional skills and aim to enable all learners to succeed and achieve their very best by planning content which is useful and relevant to their everyday lives.

I am delighted to have joined the team at EMBS. It is a unique learning environment which delivers relevant qualifications, fosters independence and enables learners to take the next steps in their lives in the UK

Testimonials

«...I not only consider EMBS a college - I also see it as my family.... »

«I arrived in this country four months ago, without any confidence in my English and really scared to be an independent person at sixteen. I didn't know what my next steps were since the education in my country is really different. One day, my aunt bought me to EMBS. At the beginning I was really insecure as I didn't even know how to use the bus and get there, it made me feel like a child surrounded by grown up people that didn’t understand me at all. Ever since I started to study here, everything negative that I used to feel has changed completely. I’ve got to meet amazing people like Jo and Jane, who took care of me and were concerned about my future. I’ve also got to make amazing friends like Aisha and Abner that always make me laugh and feel positive about life. Of course, this is not the only thing that the EMBS has given me: they also are deeply involved in my education and they help me in any way possible to achieve my purpose, which is go to university and study human rights. If I am being honest, I not only consider EMBS a college - I also see it as my family. »

~Daniella

«...I really enjoyed my time at EMBS, meeting so many different people and making lots of fun and happy memories.... »

«Before I came to EMBS I was very shy and often felt very awkward to start conversations with people around me, I never spoke unless I was spoken to but after a few months of being here I gained confidence and was able to communicate with other people comfortably, made good friends and feel like I knew myself. I really enjoyed my time at EMBS, meeting so many different people and making lots of fun and happy memories.»

~Aakifah

«...The staff are really nice and friendly.... »

«Before I came to EMBS I was very shy and not confident, I used to be very afraid to speak English outside of college. But after several months, EMBS helped me to gain more confidence and especially improve my spoken and written English. The staff are really nice and friendly.»

~Daniel