Mark Liddell

Mr Mark Liddell

Assistant Principal Secondary - Teaching and Learning

Mark Liddell is a highly capable and experienced Educational Leader and Teacher. He has worked in both the Banking and Telecommunications sectors as well as in traditional and progressive educational settings. Mark has worked as an Assistant Principal at Northern Beaches Christian School, a Research Consultant at the Sydney Centre for Innovation in Learning, and most recently as the Head of Mathematics at the Sydney Church of England Grammar School. These experiences have allowed him to develop expertise with student wellbeing, curriculum and assessment, and educational technology integration.

Mark believes that education should be challenging, engaging, and empowering, and allow students the opportunity to develop as global citizens. Mark leads in a manner that values hard work, design thinking, collaboration, and creativity. His contributions to the global education network can be seen on Twitter where he shares, alongside School Leaders, Professors, Teachers and Researchers from across the world. He has also seen a positive impact with his TED Ed project titled ‘How Statistics Can Be Misleading’.

Mark completed his Master of Educational Leadership at the University of New South Wales and also completed study programmes at the University of Southampton, University of Wollongong, and Charles Sturt University. He is currently completing Phase 4 Accreditation with Growth Coaching International as a Leadership Coach. In his research projects he has visited and worked with School Leaders and Researchers throughout; Canada, USA, Brazil, Australia, Singapore, the Netherlands, Spain, UK, Denmark, Sweden, Finland and Iceland.

Mark is a keen skier and surfer, who enjoys playing the guitar, and working out at F45. He is married to Emily and they have three adventurous young children.

Meet Our Team

Our diverse and cosmopolitan mix of educators and education professionals from around the world allow us to create a truly international environment and draw on leading global resources and techniques from countries that include the UK, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.

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