Anett grew up in a small town near Budapest, she always knew that she would like to work with children. After finishing high school she started her studies at ELTE University in Budapest to become a kindergarten teacher. Thanks to her interest in languages and cultures, she decided to take part in the work of the English-Hungarian Bilingual Faculty, then later got the chance to study in Denmark, where she learned more about Scandinavian pedagogy, their attitude to children and the advantage of learning a language in an early age. Anett was always interested in the world of theatre, so she wrote her dissertation from drama pedagogy. In her free time Anett enjoys travelling, crafting, sewing and reading. She used to play the piano and do Hungarian folk dancing, as well as participated in the local scout community, so amongst other things, she looks forward to passing on her love for active leisure time to the children here at Britannica.