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Mr Harry Newenham

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Secondary Inclusion Teacher

MSc in psychology (University of Essex), a PGCE (University of East Anglia)
and a BSc in Sports and Exercise Science (Loughborough University).

He has been teaching for the past 2 years at a Centre for Special Needs Education in Kuala
Lumpur, where he held a leadership role and oversaw all aspects of SEN policy and
teaching. Prior to this, he worked for 2 years as Head of Boys Physical Education in a
Secondary school in the United Kingdom, where he taught a variety of subjects and took on
pastoral responsibilities.


Harry’s teaching experience encompasses working with students from year 7 through to year
13, who have a variety of learning needs. He prioritises support for all pupils with additional
needs and enjoys creating personalised interventions for them.


In his spare time, Harry enjoys a wide range of sports including javelin, playing Gaelic
football and keeping fit through going to the gym. When not teaching, he enjoys travelling to
different countries and experiencing new cultures.