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Staff Profile: Paul Wild

British International School Hanoi - Y4 Teacher

Year 4 Teacher/ Phase 2 Leader

Mr Wild taught for 3 years in the UK, before joining BIS in 2014. He has worked as a Year 2 and Year 4 teacher. Mr Wild was the Primary Science Subject Leader for 2 years before becoming the Phase 2 Leader, which he loves. Mr Wild loves playing sport and challenging himself.  In the past he played lots of football but also competed at cricket, rugby, basketball and athletics in the UK. Since moving to Vietnam he has decided to take on a few new challenges and is learning to play tennis, joined a netball team for the first time and is taking up Ultra Running, having completed the London Marathon in 2014. There may even be a triathlon on the horizon. 

BA English Literature with Drama & Theatre Studies, University of Liverpool, UK

PGCE Primary, Brunel University, UK

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