Flora was born and raised in Hungary, then moved to the UK at the age
of 14, where she completed her GCSEs and A Levels. She achieved her
dream of studying Natural Sciences at the University of Cambridge,
graduating in 2017 with an MSci in Biochemistry. After working as a
Science technician in a secondary school and a rewarding summer
teaching a short course in Saudi Arabia, she decided to become a
Science teacher. She completed her PGCE at the University of Oxford in
2019, then began her teaching career in Sheffield, where she enjoyed
working in a diverse, multicultural environment with students from
Year 7 to Year 13.
As an avid traveller, Flora has always wanted to explore the
possibility of teaching abroad - although in this case, going ’abroad’
meant returning to her home country! She is enjoying calling Budapest
home and spends her free time reading, climbing, hiking, taking photos
and finding joy in the cultural and culinary delights of the country
(especially her grandma’s cooking!).