MA (Glasgow), PGCE (Secondary)
Anne O’Hagan was born and educated in Scotland. She graduated with an MA in Modern Languages from the University of Glasgow and completed her PGCE (Secondary) at Jordanhill College of Education. Anne taught in a variety of senior schools in Glasgow before relocating to Buckinghamshire in 1995. Since then, she has taught Modern Languages in junior and senior schools in Buckinghamshire, retiring from teaching in 2015.
As well as working as a teacher, Anne has completed eight years as a school governor, alongside studying in the Department of Continuing Education at the University of Oxford. She has also been a language tutor to the elite tennis squad at the National Centre for Sport at Bisham Abbey. Anne is a long-standing committee member and Past President of Glasgow University Women’s Club (London).