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Staff Profile: Gareth Wills

Gareth Wills

Deputy Head Teacher

BA (Hons) History, University of Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK

PGCE History, University of Wales, Aberystwyth, UK

MEd Inclusion and Special Needs, University of Birmingham, UK

MSc Psychology, University of Liverpool, UK (Current)

Gareth joined BIS HCMC in August 2020, from an international school in Hong Kong.  Prior to this, he has worked at another international school in Hong Kong, a rural comprehensive school in Shropshire and a city-based comprehensive school in Birmingham.  Gareth qualified as a teacher in 2003 and has over fifteen years of experience in the pastoral care and wellbeing aspects of education.  He is also a highly experienced and passionate History and Humanities teacher.  Over the past five years, he has been heavily involved in leading school-based wellbeing developments.  In recent years he has further enhanced his wellbeing knowledge and specialisation through studies at the University of Liverpool.  As a senior leader, he is student-centred and focused on using wellbeing knowledge to support students, nurture their development, maximise their academic performance and allow them to flourish.  Outside of school, he has a wife who is also an educator and two young children.  His daughter has also joined the BIS HCMC community.  Gareth enjoys reading, coaching rugby and writing children’s books.