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Mr. C. Davidson

Mr. C. Davidson

5E Class Teacher

Mr. Davidson has a BA Hons degree in Primary Education from Middlesex University. He was teaching in Key Stage 2 in the United Kingdom prior to joining NAIS.

I first became interested in teaching when I was still at secondary school. I was taught by an inspirational Drama teacher who made learning fun and meaningful. This inspired me to want to do the same. I find the challenge of teaching enjoyable and I aim to create a fun learning environment for all and provide the stepping stones for all children to achieve their highest potential.

I began my teaching career in Hertfordshire, England in 2012 teaching in Key Stage 2 for the past three years. There I was given the responsibility of running the School Council. I was able to support the Class Reps in voicing their ideas to make positive changes to the school.

I love to explore different areas of the globe and have been lucky enough to have visited many countries during my time as a student. In particular, touring America and Asia. I climbed Mount Kilimanjaro in 2010 raising over £1,500 for charity. It was a tough challenge but the views and the feeling of accomplishment were well worth all of the training and effort.