Ed graduated from the University of Edinburgh in 2009 with a Masters degree in Modern History. After flirting with the possibility of a career in politics, he spent a year making his way across Russia, Mongolia, China, Nepal and India by train, before embarking upon a teaching career in a school in ‘challenging circumstances’ in East London. Through the Teach First programme, Ed completed a PGCE at Canterbury Christchurch University whilst teaching History and Government and Politics. His three years in London gave Ed a strong grounding in teaching EAL students, an appreciation of internationalism in education and the belief that all students - regardless of circumstance - have the ability to enjoy and excel in the study of History.
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