Marta Pastur Rubio
Director and Professor
Marta was born in Oviedo, Asturias, and she is a graduate of Pedagogy and Education. She has complementary training in teaching Spanish to kids, Co-education, Theater, Development Education, ICT Tools in Education, Sex Education, and Educational Integration. She is currently studying for a Master's in Neuropsychology in the educational field and works at the European School of Copenhagen.
She loves kids, and she is a persistent and creative person. She likes being active, reading, and having new projects that motivate her every day.
Since Marta came to Copenhagen she wanted to start a personal project related to the educational field and her roots. With patience and a big effort, the idea of the Pollitos Academy has become a reality.
María José Blanco
Professor in Odense
María José is from Granada, Andalucía. She studied bilingual Primary Teaching Training and she specialized in English Language Teaching. She has continued studying different languages as French or Danish over the years.
In addition, she has taken School Bullying Prevention and Detection, Studying Techniques courses, and she attended Contemporary Dance workshops. Currently, she is finishing a Master's degree in Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language and she has started studying for a Bachelor's degree in Psychology.
María José got to know Denmark when she did her Erasmus in Aarhus. It was just over a year ago when she came to Odense and she has no intention of leaving since then. She loves teaching kids, and she is interested in everything related to language teaching and its culture.
Sandra Igual Pérez
Professor in Copenhagen
Sandra, born in Valencia, studied Higher Technician in Early Childhood Education and later consolidated her studies with a Diploma in Early Childhood Education. She has taken courses on ICT tools in elementary education, early stimulation and is currently studying the Montessori method.
She worked at a college in her hometown as a teacher for several years. She later decided to live in the mountains where she also worked with children, doing activities related to sports and caring for nature, and learning about orientation in the mountains. In Australia, she also worked in a nursery school helping a child in her mobility to walk.
She came to Copenhagen a little over a year and a half ago and follows her work rhythm at an International School.