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Peace Furusa – School Staff Governor

 

Peace Furusa started her teaching career in Zimbabwe in 1976. Prior to leaving Zimbabwe in early 2001 she was a lecturer in a teacher’s college training students in both the theory and practice of teaching of physical education. On arriving in the UK Peace taught in various schools at KS1-KS4 level, obtained a Diploma in Sports Psychology in 2003 and joined St Piers in 2004.  Peace obtained qualified teacher status with the General Teaching Council for England in 2007, in 2009 she obtained a certificate from Learning Curve Awards in understanding children with emotional and behavioural disorders and in 2010 she received a Masters in Leadership and Management from the Open University.

 

Peace loves to teach and is also the Staff Forum Representative for St Piers School, a NASUWT treasurer for her local branch, a local preacher for the Methodist Conference and a Vice National Steward for the Zimbabwe Methodist Fellowship in UK. She has 5 children and 11 grandchildren.

 

Feedback from parents

Quote Icon St. Piers/Young Epilepsy has been a lifesaver. The staff are incredible – totally devoted, attend to the childrens needs both with a fair amount of discipline/understanding and care. They manage to put the fun back into these disabled childrens lives. A fantastic school all round.
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  St. Piers School is part of Young Epilepsy. Young Epilepsy is the operating name of The National Centre for Young People with Epilepsy (NCYPE)  

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