Duncan Craig - Geography Teacher

Duncan studied Coastal Management at Solent University, where he also drafted a report on coastal defence for Southampton City Council, which formed the basis of a successful funding application to the Environment Agency. 

After a period working in the consular section of a foreign embassy, Duncan moved to India to work on a range of environmental projects for an NGO and served as the Treasurer of a British-Indian educational trust. He then won a scholarship to study for an MSc in South Asia and International Development at Edinburgh University, before returning to South Asia to learn Hindi and work on an Asian Development Bank funded river basin improvement project in Nepal. 

After living through the 2015 Gorkha earthquake, Duncan retrained as a teacher on a SCITT programme in East London, and spent three years teaching Year 5 & 6 in a Newham primary school. 

“I am delighted to be part of a school that is built upon the firm foundations of the Christian faith and to use my experience to help inspire the next generation of geographers capable of addressing the complex issues facing our world.”

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