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Staff Profile: Anthony Woolley

Anthony Woolley

ICT Teacher/ PSHE Leader

BA Hons Media and Journalism, University of Huddersfield, UK

PGCE Primary with Mathematics, Edge Hill University, UK 

Anthony joined BIS in August 2020 from Manchester, England. He qualified as a teacher in 2012 and has worked at an inner-city Manchester primary school across Key Stages One and Two. He has also worked at British international schools in the Middle East in Key Stage Three. During his eight years of teaching, he has taken responsibility for leading the computing and science primary curriculums. In his Key Stage Three position, he was a member of the pastoral care team and the Head of Key Stage Three year groups. His interests include cycling, hiking, travel with friends and music.