University (year) and degree title: City University (1992), BSc (Hons) Mathematical Science
Teacher since: 1994
Experience/background: Mr Chokshi is a highly successful Maths teacher who joined Barking Abbey in 1999. Prior to this he spent 5 years teaching GCSE and A level maths at Ilford County Grammar School for boys. As head of KS5 maths and with over 20 years of experience in guiding students through A level and further maths Mr Chokshi has been instrumental in making Barking Abbey the mathematical centre of excellence it is today.
University (year) and degree title: Queen Mary University of London (1994), BSc (Hons) Physics & Mathematics
Teacher since: 1998
Experience/background: Mr Sapal gained a first class honours degree and spent time in industry as a computer programmer before embarking on a career in teaching. He is able to teach across a broad spectrum of disciplines at A level and further maths. He is the STEP specialist at Barking Abbey having helped students gain admission to Oxbridge and other Russell group universities. Prior to joining Barking Abbey he was a successful Physics teacher at Ilford County Grammar School for boys.
University (year) and degree title: University of Hertfordshire (1990) BSc (Hons) Combined Studies - Mathematics, Statistics and Operational Research
Further Study: University of Hertfordshire (2013) MA in Leading in Learning
Teacher since: 1992
Experience/background: Miss Taylor has dedicated her life to teaching and has a broad experience of many different secondary school environments and has taught in Manchester, Leeds, Hertfordshire, Redbridge and Essex. She has recently joined Barking Abbey as Head of Department. She is able to teach across a broad spectrum at A-level Maths in particular, her interest lies with the teaching of Statistics and Decision Maths. Miss Taylor has many years’ experience as an Examiner for both AQA and Edexcel marking A Level papers and A Level coursework. She undertook an MA alongside her teaching job in 2013 to develop further her understanding of how to enable students to realise their potential and achieve better results at both GCSE and A Level.