I am a Bermuda born teacher who has been in education for over 20 Years and proudly promoting Bermuda. Most of my career has been spent working for MOD schools in North West Europe (Formerly Service Children’s Education). I am passionate about education because it has the power to change attitudes and minds. I was the first person in my family to go to University. My Father was a Mechanic at P.W. s and my mother worked as a Secretary at the Bank of Bermuda. My first job was at the Friendly Store on Middle Road and that taught me the value of hard work. This job and my time at ECB in Bermuda quite literally changed my life. I had some great years working at the Friendly Store and met a wonderful cross section of Bermudian people. I have long had a fascination with all things Bermudian from my own Great Grandfathers untimely death in the Bermuda Hurricane of 1926 to my own academic research on Bermuda. My undergraduate Dissertation, Central Functions and Townscape of Hamilton Bermuda was a natural progression of my interest in the History of Bermuda. Later on, I completed further study at Masters level and undertook a further research dissertation, Tourism and Anthropogenic Climate Change- A Bermudian Case Study. I don’t get the opportunity to return to the island as much as I would like, however, modern technology does allow me to keep up with events, friends and even participate in debate and discussion. I am passionate about making a difference to the educational outcomes of all children and I very much hope to do that in Bermuda once I leave my present assignment in 2019. During my education career as a Primary Teacher and Senior Leader, I have been fortunate enough to have led Key Stages in upper and lower Primary that have both been rated Outstanding by visiting U.K based Inspectors from Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Education (2003 – 2013). The most important thing that I have learnt from this achievement is the absolute necessity of whole school systems that maximise efficiency and success. I am most grateful to the wonderful people that I have been blessed to work with and the hours of professional discourse. This has made me a critical thinker and someone who cannot settle for mediocrity. I am still learning my craft and I am always eager to hear from others who are also passionate to make a significant difference to the children that they teach.