Chemistry Faculty


Richard Knights

Head of Subject G Level Chemistry

Chemistry Teacher

PGCE in Secondary Postgraduate Certificate in Education of University of Cambridge

Master of Chemistry with Honours of University of East Anglia

Mr. Richard Knights has taught Chemistry for more than 6 years, teaching in China, Spain and UK. He also has experience as the Head of Admin Department.

Paul Murray

Head of Subject A Level Chemistry

Chemistry Teacher

Chemistry Bsc. (Honors) of University Of Liverpool

PGCE Secondary Science (Chemistry) of Liverpool John Moores University

Mr. Murray has taught as a Chemistry teacher in U.K., Qatar and China for 5 years.

Jerzy Bialacki

Chemistry Teacher

PGCE /QTS (secondary Science) of Leicester University UK

PhD in Chemistry of Loughborough University

BSc in Applied Chemistry (Sandwich) of Leicester Polytechnic

He has taught Chemistry, Science and related subjects at universities and schools in Poland, UK and Bangkok for nearly 20 years.

Manoj Odungat

Chemistry Teacher

Bachelor of Science Education of University of Mysore India

Mr. Odungat has A Level Chemistry and Science teaching experience for more than 12 years, including 4 years’ experience as the Head of Science Department and 9 years of stay in China. He was honored as The Excellent Foreign Guest Teacher in Sichuan province in 2009 and 2010.

Robert Liu

Chemistry Teacher

Master of Chemical Education of Beijing Normal University

Bachelor of Chemical Education of Beijing Normal University

Double-Bachelor Degree of Arts of Beijing Normal University

Served as A level Chemistry Teacher and Head of Bilingual Teaching Group in Liupanshui Municipal No.3 Middle School in Guizhou. Served as IGCSE and A level Chemistry Teacher in Yinghao College, Guanghou. Used to Visit Kings College in London and Llandrillo College in Wales for Further Education

Jeff Kearns

Chemistry Teacher

MSc Organic Chemistry of University of New Brunswick

BSc Biochemistry of Dalhousie University

Postgraduate Certificate in Education of The University of Nottingham Originally from Canada

Jeff has been teaching Chemistry, IT, and related subjects for sixteen years at universities and schools in Canada, the UAE, and China. He’s been with SCIE since 2006 and has held the positions of Head of Chemistry and Head of IT.

Brian Little

Chemistry Teacher

Master of Science Education, Portland State University

Bachelor of Arts with honors, Biochemistry, Lewis and Clark College

Mr. Brian Little has 10 years of experience in teaching Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Engineering. He has taught in the USA and Kazakhstan.

Ian Wesson

Chemistry Teacher

PGCE,Oxford University

BSc (Hons) in Chemistry,London Metropolitan University

Ian brings to the role 28 years teaching experience in a range of institutions including academies, comprehensives and grammar schools in the UK and an outstanding private school in Spain. His inspirational contribution towards raising the profile of STEM subjects through forensics, space science and cosmetic chemistry was recognised in Ian being awarded the accolade of Kent Science Teacher of the Year 2009.Ian has extensive experience in leadership, having held both academic and pastoral posts; they include head of department, head of years 7 to 10, Advanced Skills Teacher and Lead Practitioner. His expertise enabled him to support and train teachers in the UK, South Africa and Hong Kong.

Michael Bracewell

Chemistry Teacher

Postgraduate Certificate in Education for Secondary Science (Chemistry), University of Chester

Master of Arts in Sociology and Global Change, Manchester Metropolitan University

Bachelor of Arts in Combined Honours Chemistry and Italian, Manchester Metropolitan University

Mr. Michael Bracewell has taught Chemistry for around two years in the UK but has experience in teaching in Italy, France and the Philippines.

Tom Powell

Chemistry Teacher

BSc(Hons) in Chemistry, University of Nottingham

PGCE Secondary Science (Chemistry), University of Nottingham

Tom has taught Biology, Chemistry and Physics in UK secondary schools for nearly four years.