Beata Młynarczyk, 31, was born in Pultusk, Poland. She graduated in Pedagogy with a specialization in "Social Prevention and Rehabilitation" at the Pultusk Academy of Humanities.
She then obtained a master's degree in "Judicial Prevention and Rehabilitation" from the Maria Grzegorzewska Academy of Special Education in Warsaw.
You attended a specialization course for teachers dedicated to Oligofrenopedagogy at the Warsaw Center for Education, Social Innovation and Training.
You have completed postgraduate studies on education and mediation in the relationship between parents and children at the Janusz Korczak Pedagogical University in Warsaw.
From 2011 to 2013 you worked as a special teacher at the “Special needs school No 92”. In 2013 she worked as an educator at the “Center of Rehabilitation, Education and Care TPD Helenow”.
From 2013 to 2017 she worked, initially as an assistant, then as a common room teacher and then a class teacher, at the "Chata" Children's Nursing Home in Warsaw.
In 2018 she moved to England to further study the English language and Anglo-Saxon culture.
Since 2019 she has been working as an educator and consultant at the School No 74 in Warsaw, a specialized center that hosts children with cerebral palsy.
In the next few years, as a teacher, she will follow these children directly to their home.