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Staff Profile: Tim Webb

British International School Hanoi Tim Webb

Head of Secondary

Mr Webb has been teaching since 1993.  He has held leadership roles across five different schools in the UK state and international independent sector.  He joined BIS Hanoi from a leading IB school in Europe, where he held the position of Head of Secondary.  Tim is currently completing his Masters dissertation in Leadership and Management in Education.  Hanoi is Tim’s second posting to South-East Asia, having previously taught English and History at the Alice Smith School in Kuala Lumpur.  Away from school, Tim and his family enjoy the performing arts and sport.  When relaxing, he indulges in micro-blogging and shooting hoops on the basketball court.

Masters in Education, University of Bath
BA (Hons) History and Politics 2:1, De Montfort University
PGCE History and English, University of Leeds


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