Jordanna studied History at Swansea University, followed by a post-graduate diploma at Oxford University and a Master’s degree from Oxford Brookes University.
She has a passion for History teaching, politics, and education in general, and has worked for both the Department of Education, and European Union, on History related projects.
Jordanna enjoys working with both her team and students and passing on her love of History, and politics, to the next generation. She particularly enjoys American History of the twentieth century and the changes and challenges US politics and society faced in this time.
Jordanna is introducing A Level Politics for the first time at The Bicester School at a time of change and challenge for many traditional political institutions.
Hannah studied for a degree in Philosophy and politics at the University of East Anglia (UEA), where she also studied for her PGCE in Religious Studies.
She started her career as Head of Religious Studies at Old Buckenham School in Norfolk. After four years in this role, she relocated to an Academy in Northamptonshire, where she taught a variety of subjects across the Humanities. During her last three years there, Hannah predominantly taught English and undertook the role of literacy coordinator.