Kerry Moore was born in France and then moved to Varese in Italy, where she attended a European School where subjects were taught in numerous languages. She was awarded a European Baccalaureate and then graduated from University College London with a BA Single Honours French degree. After some years working in media, Kerry decided to follow her dreams and completed a PGCE with Leeds University. Following 15 years of MFL teaching experience in the UK with roles ranging from Head of MFL, International Schools Co-ordinator and Head of Year, Kerry moved to Cairo to teach French at Malvern College Egypt. In the same year, her eldest daughter Amy went to University in Cornwall and her youngest daughter Holly joined MCE where she is currently in Year 1. Her roles at MCE allow her to focus on Teaching and Learning through her role as Head of Modern Foreign Languages as well as develop whole-school view of student progress through assessment and data. In her spare time, Kerry is currently studying for a distance-learning Masters in Education which she hopes to complete in 2021.