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Head of Humanities and Curriculum Access Teacher
Mrs Collinson is the Head of Humanities in secondary school and is also a Curriculum Access teacher.
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Head of Computing
Mr Gildroy attained a Degree in Software Engineering at Staffordshire University before gaining his PGCE at Thomas Telford School.
Deputy Head of Senior School & Geography Teacher
Mr. Fairbank graduated with a BA (Hons) in Geography from Leeds University and joined BIS Abu Dhabi in 2013. Mr Fairbank teaches Geography in secondary and IB curriculum as well as being Assistant Head of our senior school.
Secondary Assistant Head and Humanities Teacher
Mr Lowe joined BIS Abu Dhabi in 2013 and in addition to being the Secondary Assistant Head KS3, teaches History in the secondary school and Theory of Knowledge to our IB students.
Ms Martin studied Psychology at Surrey University from 2004-2008 before going on to complete her PGCE through Plymouth University in 2009, whilst gaining teaching experience at Truro College in Cornwall.
Business Management & Economics Teacher
Nudrath has a Degree in Economics and a PGCE from The Institute of Education.
History Teacher and Student Leadership Coordinator - Secondary
Mr. Boulton graduated from the University of Leeds with a BA Hons in History and completed a PGCE from Canterbury Christchurch University.
Geography & Business Studies Teacher
Mr Wales completed a Sc. in Geography from the University of Sussex in 2004 and went on to complete a M.Sc. in Climate Change at the University of East Anglia in 2006.
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