I started my working career in sales. I never felt satisfied or content with the sales environment and grew tired of chasing targets and filling in sales reports.
“I felt a pull to do something more fulfilling and thought of pursuing a career with the Met Police, but decided that it was not the right career for me.
“By this time, I had two children and my older daughter was in nursery. Experiencing the joy of becoming a father, and seeing their potential grow, I decided to follow in my Uncle s footsteps and study to become a teacher.
“I was looking into starting my PGCE when a family friend who owns and runs a Montessori nursery suggested I consider studying to become a Montessori Practitioner. The idea immediately resonated with me, and the more research I did about Maria Montessori and the Montessori method, the more I realised it was a philosophy I wanted to follow as a career.
“I have learnt so much and continue to learn from the amazing children every day. I am looking forward to long career as a Montessori Practitioner.