Middle Leadership Team

  • Estelle Burder
    Lower Primary Coordinator

    Estelle has been teaching in international education for 20 years working predominantly with children in Key Stage One and Lower Primary whilst also holding Key Stage leadership roles. Estelle graduated from St Mary’s Teachers Training College in Belfast N. Ireland with a BEd and Art degree. Estelle enjoys using her creativity to make learning fun, interactive and memorable. Estelle has a 10 year old daughter,  Cadhla who also attends BSW.

    Estelle teaches Year 2 and is the Phase leader for Lower Primary.

  • Jo Rogers
    Middle Primary Coordinator

    Jo has been teaching throughout Key Stage One and Two for the past 14 years. After obtaining her teaching degree, she spent 4 years teaching in a multicultural school in England. Whilst Joanne loved her job, she decided that she wanted to try teaching internationally - it was one of the best decisions she has ever made!

    Jo’s first international placement was in a British International School in Seoul, South Korea as a class teacher and Head of Year 4. For the past 4 years she has been living in Warsaw and teaching and coordinating Primary Maths in a large British school. Here at BSW, she is a Year 4 class teacher, Phase Leader for Middle Primary and Maths Lead for the lower school (Rec-Y4).

  • Leah McCue
    Upper Primary Coordinator

    Leah McCue (BA, B.Ed, MA) is from Canada and strives to help students foster a love of learning, a social consciousness and critical thinking skills. In an ever changing world, students need to be able to assess, analyse and solve a wide variety of problems. Leah's English classroom will help prepare students through inquiry based tasks and open discussions.

    Leah loves the challenge of international teaching and helping each student to achieve their full potential. So far, Leah's international teaching journey has taken her to the United Kingdom, the Czech Republic, and Romania. At BSW, Leah teaches Upper Primary English and is the Upper Primary Coordinator.