Martin is head of school at ACS Hillingdon, an international, non-selective private school near London.
Children can study the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma programme at ACS Hillingdon, and together with its sister schools in Cobham and Egham, ACS is the only school in the UK to offer all four IB education programmes.
Pupils from ACS Hillingdon go on to attend leading universities across the world, but primarily in the UK and US.
Martin has a degree from Glasgow University, and began his career in education as a teacher of economics at St Olave’s grammar school in Kent, moving to Kendrick School becoming head of Year 12, and then Queen Elizabeth’s Community College as assistant principal.
Martin returned to the UK in 2017 after being Director of the International School of Tanganyika in Tanzania and before that was deputy head of the Inter-Community school in Zurich.