Frankie Bromwich

Frankie Bromwich has taught in a number of different schools in a variety of settings. She moved to Hong Kong in 2013 to work at Kellett School, heading up Year 5 and 6 for two years. As Upper Key Stage Two Phase Leader, Frankie was responsible for the progress, attainment and pastoral care for all pupils in Year 5 and 6. She was part of the leadership team responsible for the opening and establishment of Kellett’s new Kowloon Bay campus whilst also teaching Year 6.

Prior to this, Frankie was Assistant Headteacher of a four form primary school in Berkshire. Here she was responsible for Inclusion and personalising provision within the school’s curriculum for a community with diverse educational and pastoral needs. During this time Frankie also taught Year 1, Year 2 and Year 6. Having lived and taught in Europe, Frankie has always been passionate about sharing her love for languages so also taught French throughout this school. Frankie started her teaching career with Teach First. Working in inner city London schools, Frankie gained her PGCE working in challenging classrooms, determined to help tackle educational disadvantage. Frankie is now an ambassador for Teach First.

Frankie has experience teaching pupils with a range of Special Educational Needs including: Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia, Autism, Asperger Syndrome, ADD and ADHD. As our Educational Consultant, Frankie will be available to support your child both individually and in small groups here at our Southside practice. She will be a link between the professionals working with your child here and those at your child’s school, ensuring that best practice is shared and that they are given the best opportunities to be successful in their learning. Frankie will also be able to advise you as parents as to how to support your child further, as well as working with schools and designing Individual Educational Plans to support your child.

She can be seen by appointment at our Southside clinic.

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