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Tristian Stobie leads the development of our education strategy for schools, supporting Cambridge teachers and learners and working in partnership with those engaged in education reform.
Tristian's career has spanned a wide range of educational contexts. Starting as a teacher (working in New Zealand, the UK, southern Africa and western Europe), he moved into school administration with roles including Vice-Principal, and Middle and Secondary Principal.
Tristian completed a Master’s and a Doctorate degree at the University of Bath with research interests in schools administration, curriculum and pedagogy.
He has also worked in a number of roles for the International Baccalaureate Organisation, most recently as the Head of IB Diploma Curriculum Development from 2006 to 2009. He joined Cambridge Assessment International Education in July 2011 from Atlantic College, a United World College in Wales.