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    Your child will follow the English National Curriculum with a strong international emphasis and an unparalleled approach to languages.

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    primary teacher helping year 3 students in maths class

Tori Airey

Tori Airey

Secondary Science, Gifted and Talented Coordinator

Originally from Newcastle upon Tyne, I studied Civil Engineering at Sheffield University. I developed my passion for teaching during a year long stint as a ‘live-in’ Graduate Assistant at a boarding school in Ely, Cambridgeshire. Following this I went back to Sheffield University to study Physics with Maths PGDE. 

Moving to Manchester to start my teaching career was another big move and I’ve had the best of time here enjoying every minute. Manchester is such a big, diverse city and while I enjoy it there, I’ve always wanted to work abroad and experience something new so joining NAS Dubai three years ago was the start of a  new adventure. The vision and ideals of Nord Anglia are infectious and I can’t wait to start. I have a passion for teaching Physics but I also have held responsibilities for Talented and Gifted STEAM events within the Science Department.

In my spare time I enjoy crafts and outdoor activities, but I’m a netballer through and through!