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05 December, 2019

Welcome to the new Northbridge Head of Primary Mr Martyn Shadbolt in August 2020

Welcome to the new Northbridge Head of Primary Mr Martyn Shadbolt in August 2020 Northbridge International School Cambodia is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Martyn Shadbolt as the new Head of Primary, commencing from the next academic year in August 2020.

Northbridge International School Cambodia is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Martyn Shadbolt as the new Head of Primary, commencing from the next academic year in August 2020. 

Mr Martyn replaces Ms Kascha Reed, who is returning home with her family to South Africa after more than a decade in Cambodia. We thank her for her valued service and excellent leadership.

Mr Martyn comes from the United Kingdom and has been working in Primary education for over 30 years. He has worked internationally for the last 24 years in Singapore, China, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates. He has been a class teacher, PYP coordinator and Head of Primary at five different PYP schools.

Martyn has a Bachelor of Education from Exeter University and recently completed a Masters in Educational leadership in Bath University. He is passionate about a holistic approach to education where students are supported academically, socially and emotionally to achieve their maximum potential.

Prior to becoming a teacher he did a variety of roles including gardening, data management, painting and decorating and retail. He is married to Jill and they have three children. The eldest son is currently in his second year at Exeter University in the United Kingdom, and their daughter has just started at Durham University, UK. The youngest son is currently in Grade 9 and will join Grade 10 in Northbridge next year. Jill is a teacher and PYP coordinator with many years’ experience.

Martyn enjoys reading, particularly music biographies and history as well as novels. He likes bikes of all kinds, whether with motors or not. We welcome his family to the Northbridge community.