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Hugh Lindsay

Hugh Lindsay

Secondary School Psychology and Religious Studies Teacher, Form Tutor 7HL

Hugh studied Psychology at the University of Stirling, Scotland for four years and completed additional modules in Religion and Theology. Following this, Hugh spent a year in Toronto playing rugby and on his return to the UK, he completed a Post Graduate Degree in Education at the University of Strathclyde, Scotland, specialising in the subjects Psychology and Religious, Moral and Philosophical Studies (RMPS).

For the past two years, Hugh has taught at Bishopbriggs Academy in Glasgow - a leading state school in Scotland, which has twice received Sunday Times Scottish State School of the year. His role at the school was teaching both Psychology and RMPS, as well as leading two successful boys’ rugby teams. He has a passion for psychology and in particular the impact of positive psychology on an individual’s health and well-being. 

Outside of school Hugh enjoys playing rugby. Furthermore, he has a passion for photography, travel, horticulture and cycling. He hopes to have an impact in and out of the classroom.