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Staff Profile: Daniel Gamwell

Dan Gamwell

Computing Teacher/ Acting IBDP Coordinator/ Head of ToK Coordinator/ MUN Coordinator/

BA (Hons) – Keele University, Staffordshire

PGCE (IT) – Keele University, Staffordshire

Daniel joined BIS in 2010 after teaching in the UK for 4 years. In this time he taught at both the Billericay School in Essex, and more recently Thomas Mills High School in Suffolk, in the East of England. He has taught ICT across the secondary age range, from years 7 to 13, and also has some experience of teaching General Studies. His interests include football, computers and reading about Philosophy. Having grown up in Papua New Guinea he has a passion for travelling and exploring new cultures.