郭藍莉博士 Dr. Bonnie Kwok BA (Hons) Architecture, Dip. Architecture, MSc (Distinction) Urban & Regional Planning, MA Urban Design, PhD Urban Design & Youth Engagement
Dr. Bonnie Kwok was born in Hong Kong and immigrated to the UK in the mid 1990s. She has a strong interest in suppoting children and young people with their personal growth and development, as well as helping them to learn the Chinesee language and culture. She has extensive experience in supporting her students with their GCSE and A-Level exams in Chinese as well as leading her teaching team to ensure that all teachers are equipped with excellent teaching skills and experience in delivering their teaching goals to meet the specific needs of the students.
She has a BA (Hons) degree in Architecture, a Postgraduate Diploma in Architecture, a Master of Arts (MA) degree in Urban Design and a Doctor of Philisophy (PhD) degree in Urban Design Child & Youth Engagement from Oxford Brookes University. In addition, she has a Master of Science degree (Distinction) (MSc) in Urban & Regional Planning from the University of Birmingham. She also has a Certificate in 'Teaching Chinese as a Community Language' from Goldsmiths, University of London.
In 2002, she joined London Hackney Chinese Community School as a Volunteer Cantonese teacher and was promoted to become the Volunteer Headteacher in 2004. She is currently working as a Principal Urban Designer for a local planning authority and part of her current role involves engaging children and young people in the town planning process. Bonnie is a qualfied workplace coach and enjoys mentoring graudates and supprt them with their career development.