After graduating in chemistry from the University of Oxford, I spent a year working as a teaching assistant and traveling. I then returned to Oxford to do my PGCE. After completing my teacher training, I worked at Wilson’s School in Surrey, England. Whilst at Wilson’s, I became Head of House, coordinated Royal Institution Masterclasses, and set up the school juggling club. I also helped run the Duke of Edinburgh programme.
Joining the British International School of Boston provided a fantastic opportunity to teach in another country, in a successful environment. Having been to the USA several times, Boston also happened to be one of myfavourite cities. I joined BISB in August 2014.
I am a keen traveller and love to experience new cultures. My guilty pleasure is going to music concerts. I also love to read – anything from crime and sci-fi to current affairs and children’s books. Other hobbies include running, cycling and photography – although not at all the same time!
what students say about me
"He’s really enthusiastic about the subject."
"He always finds time to answer my questions."
what makes this school different
Before coming here, I’d never taught in an international school. An international curriculum with a British influence is something that can provide an outstanding start in young people’s lives. Furthermore, being part of the Nord Anglia Education family provides a global network – and classroom – that not many other schools can boast.