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- Education Professionals
This series showcases the talents of teachers who do remarkable things outside of the classroom. This episode features both a champion rower and a magician.
Alice Freeman teaches maths at Wallingford School in Oxfordshire. She is also a rowing champion and is through to the final round of the GB squad trials.
Alice trains every day, either on the river or at the gym, and has a plethora of British Universities Sports Association titles to her name.
She intends to teach part-time next year to further concentrate upon her rowing and has the 2008 Olympics in her sights.
Semi-professional magician Andrew Jeffrey is president of the Sussex Magic Circle. He's also a maths teacher and deputy head at Windlesham School in Brighton.
Andrew is president of the Sussex Magic Circle and regularly performs close-up magic at the Komedia Club in Brighton.
He has also developed his own maths magic act in which he uses magic to teach his pupils maths skills.
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Part of the series: Stars Out of School