North East London and Essex hub
Brentwood School is one of the UK’s leading independent schools for boys and girls aged 3-18 with a history spanning almost 500 years.
With a commitment to academic excellence and a strong emphasis on holistic development, Brentwood School caters to a diverse student body. The School’s values of ‘Virtue, Learning and Manners’ foster a supportive learning environment, encouraging individual growth and promoting a sense of community among its pupils. With nearly 2,000 pupils on roll, Brentwood School is a prominent institution in the region, dedicated to providing quality education.
Why train in North East London?
Brentwood is an excellent location in which to train, offering both the tranquillity of a suburban setting and convenient access to the bustling city of London. The Elizabeth Line connects Brentwood to the heart of the capital and the Greater Anglia network connects neighbouring town Shenfield with Colchester, Southend, Southminster and Norwich.
Just steps from the school, Brentwood high street is lined with charming shops, boutiques, cafes and restaurants, providing a delightful shopping or dining experience. Surrounding Brentwood are lush green spaces, including Weald Country Park which boasts picturesque landscapes, woodlands and a variety of local wildlife.
Meet the North East London and Essex hub Leader - Reina Campbell
Reina, is the Professional Coordinating Mentor (3-18) at Brentwood School, responsible for the induction, training and support of all trainees and Early Career Teachers at the School. Reina brings over 15 years of classroom experience as a teacher of Spanish and French to her role. After graduating from King’s College London, Reina completed her PGCE at UCL Institute of Education. She is passionate about nurturing reflective practitioners and empowering individuals to take ownership of their professional growth. Reina has an NPQ in Leading Teacher Development and is also an ECF Facilitator for Harris Teaching School Hubs, working in partnership with the National Institute of Teaching.
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