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Staff Profile: Daniel Crittenden

Daniel Crittenden

Science Teacher - Physics

MPhys (Hons) Physics, University of York, UK

PGCE Science (Physics), University of Cambridge, UK

MEd Physics Education, University of Cambridge, UK

Dan joined BIS in August 2021, having previously taught at Saffron Walden County High School for 5 years where he was Assistant Director of Sixth Form. In this role Dan had responsibility for super-curricular provision, outreach, Year 11 into 12 transition and worked as part of the Year 12 pastoral team. Dan has a keen interest in physics teacher pedagogy and has held a yearly secondment with the Institute of Physics as a coach for non-specialist teachers of physics, run CPD at Researched and the University of Cambridge, and completed a Master’s degree in student’s attitudes towards physics. Outside of school Dan can be found hiking in pretty places, running short distances, and playing classical guitar.