Average 3.99 based on 25 teacher ratings
Amy Bamford is a Math teacher at St. Thomas Aquinas School located in North Vancouver, British Columbia. When comparing Amy Bamford's ratings to other teachers in the province of British Columbia, Amy Bamford's ratings are below the average of 4.1 stars. Additionally, the average teacher rating at St. Thomas Aquinas School is 4.12 stars.
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I have to give credit where due: she is brilliant in her subject. I have to give commend to her offering extra help. That's where the positives end. She is unforgiving and unkind towards students who struggle and unwilling to help those who she seems to feel have no hope of passing. She only accepts her methods only even if the answer is correct by using another method. She is unapproachable, condescending and only treats her favourites and those who excel with respect. I very much disliked her.

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She's always available for help, her notes are always clear and she takes time to clarify things. Her tests and quizzes may be a bit rough and she can have her bad moods but she's actually really nice

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amazing math teacher, she makes you understand it, yet tests are overly difficult and she can be scary sometimes.

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Amazing teacher. You'd only do badly in her class if you didn't pay attention, didn't do homework, or didn't go to extra help... that about describes more than 50% of students. Give her a chance.

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great teacher

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nice teacher... but overly difficult tests. also teaches way too quickly. good extra help sessions.

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She's a good teacher. I think she'd make a good mom with her strictness. She can be pretty funny too.

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Personally, I think she's a great teacher. She does what needs to be done and so sometimes she's a bit tough. But she does offer extra help, so if you're failing, it's your fault.

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she's a good teacher but EXTREMELY mean...she's kinda scary...

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Phew. Mrs. Tippett, as she's now known... I dunno. I like her, actually. The old math classes are really slow. She speeds 'em up and makes them more interesting.

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She was pretty helpful and cares about you. You hafta be on your game though. She'd probably be more suited to advanced classes. If you're on her good side, or are into choir ~ smooth sailing.

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She's really good

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I dunno which Amy you're talking about but the one I had was so much fun...maybe she gives us advanced kids more slack?

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Ms. Bamford teaches at the speed of light; she expects us to adjust to her bad teaching methods and do questions on her tests that are totally different.

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Math's not an easy subject to teach, and she's definitely not an easy marker, but admitedly, she is brilliant; she owns the subject. Tough, but for our own good.

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Think twice if you plan on fooling around in this course. Think twice if you believe this is an easy course. Don't underestimate Bamford.

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She's very smart and talented- and she has that youthful rapport with everyone. You can tell that she's a very charismatic person.

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Welcome to Life youngn's. She is an excellent teacher, tough perhaps, but very good.

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She is really very talented, not only in math. She's usually friendly. I find her to be very competent as a teacher...she really knows her subject thoroughly.

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Ms B. is pretty nice. I've heard she's a tough teacher, though. An intelligent individual.

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Who criticizes the critics? Who teaches the teachers? To be truly fair in rating Ms. Bamford, I have to set aside any possible preconceived notions; how competent she is as a teacher certainly does not rely on the grade she gives me. On the whole

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DUDE! She's a nightmare! She's totally unflexible and she embarasses students in front of the class- she's mean!

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Definitely one of the best at STA!

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she is awesome!!

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St. Thomas Aquinas School is located in North Vancouver, British Columbia with an average teacher rating of 4.12 stars. When comparing St. Thomas Aquinas School's teachers to other teachers in the province of British Columbia, St. Thomas Aquinas School's teachers are above the average of 4.1 stars. St. Thomas Aquinas School ranks 57 amongst all High Schools in the province of British Columbia. Learn More