Emma Mauger

Emma Mauger

TT Consultant

  • Experienced teacher, middle leader and mentor
  • Specialises in Maths, Computing, Assessment of Maths

Could you tell me a bit about yourself and what motivates you?

I am a creative person and I enjoy making my classroom a creative learning environment which will engage and inspire the children that I teach. Both in school and out of school, I love to try and learn new things. The use of technology is an area that really motivates me and I love to use technology in the classroom to engage, inspire and support learning.

What is your educational experience?

In my 8 years of teaching, I have taught year 4, year 6 and year 2. I am currently teaching in year 2 at St Martin’s CE Primary School which is one of TT Education’s Centres of Excellence. I have worked as a leader of learning where I supported others and shared good practice. Currently I am phase one leader and I lead Maths and Computing in the school. I have been a mentor for Schools Direct students and I enjoyed supporting others that are starting out in teaching.

What is your educational specialism?

I enjoy teaching all subjects and I especially enjoy making learning cross curricular so that children can see links in different areas. Maths and Computing are both subjects that I particularly enjoy teaching. In role as lead in Maths, I have led staff training on the teaching and assessment of Maths. I am particularly interested in the use of technology in the class room and the use of augmented reality to engage learning.

What do you like doing outside of work?

Outside of work, I love spending time at the stables with my horse and taking her for hacks around the beautiful Kent countryside. I also enjoy keeping fit and I spend lots of my time at Crossfit where I love the community of support and encouragement to help me improve my strength and fitness. Travelling is something that I have always loved doing especially Asia. I spent three months teaching in a school in India which made me really interested in the way children learn in different environments.