After graduating with a degree in geography, Joshua worked and travelled around the world for a year, gaining exceptional geographical experiences which have inspired him to teach students from a range of backgrounds at NAIS Pudong.
Having gained his PGCE at the University of Wales in Swansea, Joshua began his teaching career in a challenging inner-city school in Luton before moving to one of the highest performing schools in England where he led the International Links initiative. Joshua then began his international teaching in Budapest, Hungary, where he led and developed The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award and the house system for three years.
As well as having a passion for understanding how the world works, Joshua is a keen sportsman. He has a real interest in motorsport and represented Wales in karting during his younger years. Joshua also enjoys playing tennis and competing in half marathons and triathlons. He is very much looking forward to spending time exploring the sights and sounds of China and the rest of Asia’s cities and natural environments.