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Emma Tranter

Second in Mathematics, Ribblesdale High School

Emma grew up and was schooled in Blackburn before heading to Newcastle to study Food Marketing. Inspired by her work as a Girl Guider to take up teaching, she travelled a long way whilst staying in one place: teaching first Business and IT, then Business Studies, then Maths, encompassing NVQs, night school classes, and a variety of  pastoral roles before settling in her current position as Second in Maths at Ribblesdale High School in Clitheroe.

Emma is passionate about providing holistic education; growing young adults who are equipped in skills, knowledge, and character to thrive in the outside world is at the core of what she does. A sceptic of innovation for its own sake, she has nevertheless become convinced of the advantages of the newly-released Learning by Questions software, and is an ambassador for its utility in enabling both students to develop their potential and teachers to teach more freely and incisively.

All Sessions By Emma Tranter

Revisiting learning lost in lock-down
Wednesday 4 November 10.00am-11.15am