Sarah was born in Birmingham, England. When she was five she moved to the rolling hills of High Wycombe, where she grew up creating and performing her own stories.
At the age of 6, Sarah had an inspiring teacher who guided her to creatively explore the world. Sarah always remembers the impact this had on her life and tries to put this into her own methodology.
Sarah studied Drama, Applied Theatre and Education at The Royal Central School Of Speech and Drama in London. Whilst here she worked for special education programs, theatre in education tours, nurseries and schools. This degree sparked her passion for education and she truly believes in the power of the arts as an educative and therapeutic tool.
After her degree, she worked as a freelancer in various nurseries across London as a drama, music and dance teacher for under 5s. Sarah was also commissioned to co-run week-long workshops for adults with learning disabilities and one-off multi-sensory sessions for families.
Sarah’s educational career has so far, been based on more traditional schooling methods, but she believes that children can get more out of their education, hence why she’s excited to be joining Nido as she loves the Montessori pedagogy and is eager to learn more.
Sarah has always wanted to live and work abroad and in October 2017 she turned this into reality. In her spare time, she loves to read, play ping pong, cook, and travel!