Hannah Sargent is a passionate geography teacher with 12 years experience, six of which as Head of Geography and Curriculum Leader. She uses a range of teaching methods to inspire and excite pupils about her subject. She has taught geography and PE to pupils from Years 4 to 13 and mathematics to GCSE. Hannah’s first class honours degree in Geography and PGCE in Secondary Geography have helped guide her teaching practice.
Hannah is keen to take learning out of the classroom and will take every opportunity to go on trips. She has taken pupils on local trips to Minehead and the Quantocks, national trips to Malham in Yorkshire and Pembrokeshire in Wales as well as run international trips to Italy, Iceland, Peru and Ecuador.
Hannah has been actively involved in the Duke of Edinburgh Award for the past 20 years. She is an assessor for the Award and has helped many students achieve their Bronze, Silver and Gold Awards. Hannah enjoys spending time hiking and camping both in the UK and abroad where she can experience new adventures and cultures and use the knowledge to share in her classroom.
Hannah also enjoys caving and tennis and will try and persuade anyone to have a go at activities that may be challenging, as they often are more enjoyable than at first they appear. She is also a qualified Sports Massage Therapist in her spare time.