Amy studied Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Classical Studies and General Studies at A Level before completing a BA Hons (Oxon) in Physics.

Amy then went on to study for an MSc (DIC) History of Science, Medicine and Technology and then completed a PGCE at Warwick University.

Part of the team that won the IOM3 Sir Colin Humphreys Education award in 2010

At work...
Amy teaches Physics at a secondary school in Coventry.

"Before becoming a teacher I worked in a variety of museums and STEM environments developing sessions for students and teachers, as well as a lots of outreach possibilities."

We asked Amy...

Given the chance, would you go to space?
Yes - how amazing would that be?

What's the best thing about science?
the endless possibilities. Science can be such an amazing force to help people and create positive change.

What's the best thing about working at the National Space Academy?
Being able to work with a wide variety of people and students nationally, and (hopefully) help to develop engagement and enthusiasm in Space and STEM.