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Mr C. MacKenzie

Mr C. MacKenzie

Drama Teacher

Mr MacKenzie holds a BA (First Class) degree from Deakin University in Victoria. His PGCE primary teaching qualification from the University of Exeter was awarded with an overall grade of Outstanding. He joined Nord Anglia in 2019 and his specialism is Drama.

He believes strongly in the well-rounded education of young people, equipping them to work hard but also to enjoy life, and to contribute meaningfully to the world around them. Mr MacKenzie is convinced that the role of parents is critical to the successful education of their children.

Outside of school, Mr MacKenzie is a football fanatic and has been known to travel long distances to see his favourite teams play. The last big game he attended was De Klassieker (The Classic) in Rotterdam—the great football rivalry between the Dutch teams Ajax and Feyenoord.