I began my teaching career at Brighton University where I earned a degree in Education. I then worked in English language schools in Germany for three years where I taught both Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 classes. This is my third year teaching at BISB, and I am now working in our EYFS department teaching Penguin’s Reception class.
I choose to work at the British International School of Boston because of it learning focused nature and wide reaching curriculum. I believe that this allows every individual to reach their full potential, as well as develop as international citizens.
I thoroughly enjoyed traveling around America since my arrival two years ago, and I can often be found rowing on the Charles river.
what students say about me
"Mr Mac. teaches me large numbers."
"Mr Mac. gives me big number challenges."
"He helped me learn to spell exciting words."
"He teaches me beautiful writing."
what makes this school different
The British International School of Boston’s international setting and keen focus on individual children’s learning make it stand it out from many others. Our broadly based curriculum helps every child at our school reach their full potential, not just academically, but also in the context of becoming worldwide citizens.