I believe an educator’s objective should always be to enthuse students and find new ways to make learning interesting. I want students to come away from my lessons feeling excited about their subject and eager to learn more.
Rosie Huggon is currently studying for a joint honours degree in French and German, which last year took her to Austria, where she taught English at business schools. Rosie has always had a broad range of academic interests and chose to study a combination of Maths and languages for her A Levels. Alongside her experience teaching English to non-native speakers, Rosie has experience mentoring younger students in French and German and several years of one-on-one tutoring experience in Maths and German. Outside of her studies, Rosie is passionate about dance and drama; she has danced competitively for many years, and this year she was elected president of The University of St Andrews Cheerleading Team.
- MA (French and German)(graduating 2023) The University of St Andrews