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    The British School, Warsaw has been running the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme since 2001. It is the best course to follow for entry to the best universities, worldwide.

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Richard Bridges

Richard Bridges

Head of History

I taught in the UK for 7 years before making the leap to teach abroad. I have worked in Beijing, Sao Paulo, Hong Kong and am currently employed at Dulwich College Seoul as the Assistant Head of Senior School with responsibility for the IB programme. I visited Warsaw last summer for a few days and fell in love with the city – as soon as I saw this job advertised, I knew it was time to make the move back to Europe.

I spend most of my spare time either reading, writing, listening to music, watching tv and films and finding some way to keep in touch with the sporting world. Being a Sheffield boy, I support the mighty Blades, and have seen the Arctic Monkeys 4 times (and will be seeing them again in Oslo this summer)