Hello, I’m Moheeni!
So I started my career as a teacher in 2007 and soon after in 2009 I won third place in the National Teacher Awards for BECTA Next Generation Learning. I then moved onto bringing a wealth of experience in delivering training courses for teachers, mentoring and observing both PGCE and Teach First Trainees as well as coordinating and delivering teacher training in preparation for Ofsted. Most recently, I was awarded recognition of my services to the community by Councillor Parvez Ahmed – Mayor of Brent in 2017.
I decided to leave teaching in 2015 to pursue my ultimate goal of being an Artpreneur creating an Event Stationery and Henna Design business whilst I was planning for my destination beach wedding. The natural step was to then deliver training sessions to students in henna inspired designs. I’m a Camden girl at heart, so i love quirky, weird, funky, colourful and boho inspired arts and craft. I love meeting new people and I try to find as much inspiration as I can from nature which plays an integral part in my style of designs.
2017 – Awarded Certificate of Recognition by Councillor Parvez Ahmed (Mayor)
2015 – Explored my passion, creativity and became a business owner.
2014 – Head of Department
2013 – NQT Coordinator and Professional Mentor for 17 NQT’s and 6 Teach First Participants.
2012 – Teaching Leaders Fellow.
2011 – Sixth Form Raising Achievement Coordinator
2010 – Head of House for 120 Students and 15 staff.
2009 – Awarded by The Teachers Awards for the BECTA Award for Next Generation Learning.
2003 – CAD (Computer Aided Design) Trainer to Designers at Debenhams Head Office.