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Paul Murray

Paul Murray

Year 6 Class Teacher (6AR)

Paul graduated from Sheffield Hallam University with BA Honours in Criminology and Psychology and went on to complete a PGCE in Primary teaching at the University of Sunderland.

After graduating, Paul started his teaching career in Vietnam, where he taught English as an Additional Language to primary students. His love of Asia and education then took him to Malaysia, where he held the positions of Teacher Development Coordinator and then Director of Studies. These positions allowed him to develop as a teacher trainer and mentor; something he remains passionate about.

Now settled in Singapore, Paul has taught Years 4 and 5 as a class teacher as well as teaching specialist PE and EAL classes. He joined Dover Court as a cover teacher and relished the opportunity to meet and build relationships with so many of the pupils. He believes children learn best in a fun, communal environment, where they are encouraged to take risks, be critical and inquisitive. 

Out of school, Paul enjoys rugby, climbing, and music, taking any opportunity to be outdoors and active.