Bussey Joins School as UPenn Graduate Fellow

Kate Bussey, Upper School Humanities teacher, has joined St. Anne’s-Belfield School as the 2019 - 2020 University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education (GSE) Day School Teaching Residency fellow.

Bussey has also taught at the Choate Rosemary Hall Summer Program, and attended Noble & Greenough School in Massachusetts where she was a varsity rower and volleyball player.

“I am excited for the opportunity to work with and learn from a faculty that is as welcoming and generous as it is academically accomplished,” said Bussey. “I am becoming a teacher because I feel called to hold space for and aid in the development of young people. I believe that learning must be collaborative, adaptable, and student-centered.”

Bussey earned a B.A. in English, creative writing from Colgate University. She will use her combined athletics and arts experience to coach the Girls’ Varsity Volleyball team and mentor students working on the School newspaper.