Adam Morton, Cedars’ Housemaster
Adam Morton was educated at Queen Victoria School in Scotland and went on to study Exercise Physiology at the University of Edinburgh following a Gap year at Dilworth School in Auckland, New Zealand. He then completed a PGCE and a Masters degree at the Institute of Education, London and is currently a part-time doctoral research student at Loughborough University.
Adam joined Mill Hill School in 2010 having begun his teaching career at Wilmington Grammar, where he was a Head of Year and taught PE and Science for five years, before moving to Forest Hill School in London. Previously the Head of Physical Education, Adam is an A-Level PE examiner and regularly contributes articles to the A-Level PE magazine PE Review. He was appointed House Master of Cedars House in 2012, having been Senior Tutor in Priestley and a visiting tutor in Burton Bank. In his free time Adam enjoys athletics, reading and travelling; recently enjoying school trips to South America, Zambia, India, Italy and… Wales.