Paul Burke has worked in primary schools for more than a quarter of a century. He started teaching in 1991 in the North West of England, in the beautiful city of Chester. He then worked as a Deputy Head teacher in two schools before completing his national headship training and becoming the Head teacher of a large city school. In 2014 Paul chose to journey around the world, visiting 15 countries and travelling 64,000 miles. In 2016 he decided to return to the classroom and moved to Uzbekistan where he taught junior pupils at the British School of Tashkent. He is dedicated and hardworking and understands how to motivate children to academically succeed in their learning. Paul is extremely excited to be a part of Westminster International School in Tashkent and believes that it will quickly become the best international school in Uzbekistan.
NPQH (National Professional Qualification for Headship) Liverpool CEL / NCSL (National College for School Leadership), UK
Bachelor of Education - Primary Education and the Arts, Hons (2.2)
CELTA (Cambridge Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) The Randolph School of English, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK