Daryl is an experienced international teacher committed to decolonising geography and making international work more accessible and equitable for BAME teachers. With experience teaching a variety of exam boards from Edexcel through to Cambridge and the IB, alongside time teaching in public and private settings, Daryl has a range of perspectives to engage with empathy and understanding.
Daryl has been working as a teacher for over 10 years and has worked at international schools in Chongqing (China), London (UK), and Pinneberg (Germany) where he is currently head of secondary.
Alongside work in schools, Daryl is engaged with mentoring, writing and advocacy with publishers such as Hodder education, the GA and their journals, and work with Kingston University. Daryl is a current member of Decolonise Geography and produces writing advocating for BAME international teachers, DEI, and the support of vulnerable communities within the education space. Daryl has detailed and well-analysed experiences within the teaching space and is a proponent of dialogic approaches to make education an inclusive space for students, teachers, and the whole community.