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Mr Iain Dalziel

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Year 6 Teacher

BA Joint Honours in History & Politics, Nottingham Trent University PG Cert in Education, Middlesex University.

After completing his teacher training at Middlesex University, Iain has been teaching for the last six years in schools in Barnet, North London. In this time, he has held a number of different roles and responsibilities.

During his career, he has been school lead for PE, Geography and History, leading many whole school events involving staff, pupils and parents. In his most recent post, he was Upper Key Stage 2 Phase Leader and English Subject Leader. Iain has taught in Years 4, 5 and 6 during his career.

In his spare time, Iain enjoys both playing and watching sport as well as travelling and exploring new places around the world.

He is very excited to live in Kuala Lumpur and begin an exciting new adventure with his wife Madeleine, who will be teaching Year 2.