Holly Carlyle & Amy Woodhams

Holly Carlyle & Amy Woodhams

Holly is a Curriculum Specialist at Britannica. After graduating with a First-Class Honours in English and Contemporary Media, she became a Secondary school English teacher for 4 years in Wales before taking this experience to London in 2019. She now works with schools and ministries globally, focusing on how to engage learners in the classroom through technology and more specifically, how Britannica can help with this.

Amy has been an Account Executive at Britannica since she graduated from the University of Exeter with a joint degree in English Literature and History in 2018. During her time at the company she has become the lead contact for Virtual School customers in the UK and is responsible for understanding and meeting their needs, ensuring that Britannica provides the best service possible. 

Thursday, 16 January 2020 19:45

How Britannica supports Looked After children

At Britannica, we put curiosity and the joy of learning at the heart of everything we do. When a student truly enjoys their educational experiences, their academic potential is unlocked. Ensuring we support the right that every young person is entitled to education, no matter their background, is at the very core of our vision; this is what makes the Looked After sector important to us. 

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