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Anna Malcolm

Anna Malcolm 2

Secondary Mathematics, Head of Year 13

Having grown up and attended school in London I enjoyed the experience of living in a multi-cultural and active city, which prepared me well for living and working in Dubai. I have extensive experience of the UK KS3 curriculum, GCSE, IGCSE, A-Level and IB Diploma.

Teaching is an immensely fulfilling career and I feel incredibly fortunate to be in a position where I look forward to going to work each day. I strongly believe that education and therefore learning must be an enjoyable experience for all involved, so I am creative with my approach to teaching mathematics by including interesting, relevant and fun tasks, discussions and activities during lessons. 

Through my role as Head of Year I aim to foster a positive atmosphere within my year group where all pupils feel valued and understand our joint responsibility for developing their academic, emotional and social skills. I believe that the key to student success is to recognise each child as unique and find ways to support them on their learning journey so they can fulfil their potential and go on to be successful young men and woman.