Will Croston runs the Careers and Higher Education department at Norwich School as well as teaching French and German, both to 'A' Level.
Wendy Heydorn teaches at Sevenoaks School in the UK where she is the Assistant Director of Higher Education. She teaches Theory of Knowledge and Religious Studies and is an IB examiner for TOK. She graduated from Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge and studied for an MA at King’s College, London. She is co-author of ‘Decoding Theory of Knowledge for the IB Diploma: Themes, Skills and Assessment’(CUP, 2013).
Vanessa has experience as an Outreach Officer at the University of East Anglia, where she worked to raise the aspirations of school students in Norwich. She is also a PGCE graduate, and was project lead for UEA’s Next Steps Scheme, providing schools with placements to help undergraduates and postgraduates decide if a career in teaching is for them. Also a Chemistry graduate, she spent one year placed in the French mountains analysing milk samples.
Roshan is part of the Higher Education Advisory Team at the University of East Anglia, focused on working with schools and colleges in Norfolk, Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire as well as European schools. He frequently travels and organises visits for school groups allowing their students to experience campus life and the city of Norwich first-hand. Roshan graduated in MSci Environmental Sciences, during which he completed a semester abroad at Macquarie University in Sydney, worked as a Schools Liaison Ambassador, and served as part-time Officer at his Student Union.
Rebecca Westrup is a Lecturer in Education and joined the University of East Anglia's School of Education and Lifelong learning in 2011. In addition to researching academic writing and the construction of identities, Rebecca is interested in learning, teaching and research methodologies which explore the construction of identities across cultures. She has developed, co-taught and delivered short English Language, Literacy and Learning programmes in South Africa, India and Malawi.