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Mr. S. Willshaw

S. Willshaw

Science Teacher

Mr Wilshaw graduated from the University of Manchester, UK in 2012. He completed Postgraduate Certificate in Education at the University of Sunderland, UK in 2016 and has since been teaching internationally in China.


Mr Wilshaw is a passionate Science teacher who has had a keen interest in education since his own time at high school in Edinburgh, Scotland.  He has been working in schools across China having completed his Postgraduate Degree in Nonlinear. A keen believer that students learn best through doing, Mr Wilshaw loves using simulations to help students understand the power of science in understanding how the world works.

Outside of teaching, I enjoy studying languages and taking part in athletic competitions, most recently the Beijing Olympic Triathlon.  I also make use of my scientific brain by experimenting in the kitchen and trying to recreate the dishes I have had the good fortune to try on my travels around the globe.