Judaism is one of the oldest monotheistic religions and was founded over 3500 years ago in the Middle East.
Learning about different religions makes a distinctive contribution to a students development, knowledge, empathy and understanding of religious beliefs, practices, language and traditions. Studying different religions will expose the student to different cultures, individuals, communities and societies. Leaving them more empathetic to others and gaining a broader knowledge of the inner workings of the world.
Winnie trained to be a teacher in her late 20s. She was a nurse for 7 years and now has 5 years teaching experience under her belt. She loves teaching young adults about the various religions across the world.
Winnie lives in Surrey with her pet dog, Yulio and her husband.