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Pamela Cuthbertson

Born and raised in North East England, this August I will enter my 10th year of teaching. Fortunately, I will be doing so at NAS Dubai.

I currently reside in Dubai and have been teaching here for 7 years. During this time, I have gained a wealth of experience, which I look forward to implementing in my new role at this fantastic school. 

As a teacher, I like to use humour, care, compassion and enthusiasm to motivate each and every student. Relationships are crucial, therefore; working in a school with such a wonderful community is something I am extremely excited about. 

Throughout my career, I have held many positions of responsibility and for the last 5 years, I have led Mathematics successfully - transforming the curriculum at my previous school and ensuring that mathematical concept understanding and depth was of high priority. It is certainly an advantage to know where a child begins and ends their Primary Maths journey. 

I believe in a personalised learning approach, where children should be encouraged to become critical thinkers and independent problem solvers in a world that is developing at an incredibly rapid pace. As teachers, we are readying children for jobs that don't yet exist. Consequently, I look forward to this opportunity to help the children at NAS Dubai develop these vital skills this coming academic year.