Apollo moonshots could be seen taking off from Florida when Ros Wilson's career took off in the Bahamas. A child of the forties, she trained as a teacher in the sixties and has also taught in the Cayman Islands, the Middle East and even the UK. Having been hit by Hurricane Alan, honked out by a dead cat dragged in for the nature table and having helped haul sheep out of a crisis at Christmas, she found she'd salted enough wealth away in the bank of experience to take on consultancy work, too.
She now writes authoritatively on educational practice and policy.
Of popular and professional interest, her story can now be read for fun, hilarity or interest by all. No parent ill-informed about the professional background of schoolteachers, nor would-be schoolteachers ill-informed about what they could be in for, will regret relaxing and enjoying the fun and laughter of Life's Just a Journey by Ros Wilson.
ISBN : 978-1-78830-487-0
Pages : 313
Size : 205x140
Imprint : Olympia Publishers
Ros entered the teaching profession in 1965 and has served continuously since. She has wide experience in education, including: working with pupils with SEND; working with pupils with EAL; senior leadership; head of a large primary department overseas; local authority advisor; primary strategy manager; independent consultant; advanced skills teacher (AST) assessor; Ofsted inspector; creator and published author of Big Writing and associated texts (Oxford University Press).
Ros has lived and worked overseas, including in the Caribbean and Qatar. Her hobbies are writing and talking.