Staff

In this page you can find the bios of some of our staff members.

Andromachi Apostolatou is a Special Needs educator in Early Years and has a Bachelor degree on Philosophical and Social Studies at University of Crete and my Master Degree on Inclusion and Special Educational needs at University of Birmingham. Andromachi has 10 years experience teaching at children with Special Needs, ages 11-18. She has been working at nursery, special and mainstream schools and is interested in Therapy play.

Vasiliki Kouvarda has been living in Oxford since 2012. Upon completion of my BA in Early Childhood studies at Oxford Brookes University, she continued her studies and acquired a Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) that got her qualified to teach primary aged children. Since then, she has been working as a primary school teacher, mainly based in upper school classes (Years 5 & 6). During the course of her studies, she gained a lot of experience from working with children with SEN/SEND, especially children in the autistic spectrum by delivering the Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) intervention. Vasiliki has always wanted to be a teacher and inspire children to learn despite their background and/ or ability. She loves languages and is fluent in Greek, English and French.

Lydia Mitsopoulou has a Bachelor degree in Early Childhood Education from the University of Thessaly in Greece. She works in a primary school in Oxford as a teaching assistant and also teaches Greek as a foreign/second language to adults and children.

Aikaterini Vavaliou studied Architecture (MEng) and Restoration of Monuments (MSc) in the National Technical University of Athens. She further specialized in Byzantine Studies at the University of Oxford (MSt) where she is currently doing a PhD in Archaeology. She is interested in the preservation of cultural heritage and the promotion of Hellenic studies.