Cameron Roberts has worked in primary schools for the past 14 years. Beginning his teaching back in Australia, he worked there for 3 years before moving to London, UK at the beginning of 2009, where he taught for the next 9 and a half years. During his time working in the UK, Cameron was an Assistant Head Teacher for 5 years, and helped to oversee the entire school curriculum. Additionally, he has previously held coordinator roles in both Science and IT. Cameron has helped with the organisation and collaboration in his previous schools for a variety of educational based awards such as the Primary Science Quality Mark (gold standard), The NACE Challenge Award for provision of More Able, Gifted and Talented students, Thinking Schools Award from the University of Exeter, Green Flag Eco-schools Award, and being a trained facilitator for the Outstanding Teaching Programme. For the past 2 years, Cameron has been living and working here in Tashkent, and is excited to be joining the team at Westminster International School of Tashkent.
BA (Psychology), University of Queensland, Australia
Bachelor of Education (Primary), Queensland University of Technology, Australia