Caroline-with-dog-statueCaroline Dunmore is a born-and-bred Londoner with a special interest in London’s cultural heritage.

Caroline’s academic qualifications include an MA in the history of art (Courtauld Institute of Art), an MA in museum and gallery management (City University) and a PhD in the history and philosophy of science (King’s College London). She was a Research Fellow for three years at the University of Oxford, where she taught an undergraduate course in mathematical logic.

Caroline’s professional qualifications include Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy (which means that she is a certified university teacher), a Certificate in Learning and Development Practice (CIPD), a Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring in Management (ILM) and a Postgraduate Certificate in Applied Positive Psychology (UEL). Caroline has worked as a trainer and educator in the private and public sectors.

Caroline has devoted her life to learning and teaching, and considers herself a dedicated lifelong learner. Caroline studied mathematics for her bachelor’s degree, and her other abiding interests include theatre, mythology and Jungian psychology. She has trained in a range of skills, including creative writing, performance storytelling, jazz singing and ballroom dancing – some of which she has found relatively easy and some much more challenging! Caroline aims to weave together all the threads of her own learning process into her teaching practice, and is deeply committed to her personal growth and that of her students. Caroline practises meditation, yoga and dance movement: it is her intention to maintain flexibility of mind and flexibility of body!

Caroline qualified as a City of Westminster Guide in 2008 and qualified as a City of London Guide in 2009 and has been course director on the Westminster Tour Guiding course since 2011. Go to the Teaching page to find out about the Westminster Tour Guiding course and go to the Comments page to read what Caroline’s students say about the course.