A former head girl has returned to work at the school where she was encouraged to get into the profession.
Clarette Goodhead, 28, left Madeley High School, in Crewe, Cheshire, in 2005 after securing nine As in her GCSEs.
After continuing her studies at South Cheshire College, she attended the University of Birmingham, where she read English, before doing a PGCE at Keele University.
Clarette Goodhead, 28, left Madeley High School, in Crewe, Cheshire, in 2005 after securing nine As in her GCSEs. She is pictured left today and right in school
Miss Goodhead added that she used to 'bunk off' assembly when she attended school as she 'never liked' it
She subsequently moved to Dubai where she worked as an English teacher.
But she has now returned to her old classroom after successfully applying for a job to teach 11-year-olds at the school.
Miss Goodhead, who was in the netball team and elected head girl, started her new role earlier this month and teaches in her old classroom.
She said: 'I've always had a soft spot for Madeley. I was born here and I live here.
'Initially it was strange. There's still members of staff here that actually taught me