Huili School Jiashan
Director of Academics (Chinese), Wellington College China & Principal (Chinese) of Huili School Jiashan
Suisui Yu is a passionate educator with 20 years of teaching and leadership experiences. Before joining Wellington College China, she has served at different bilingual schools as well as public schools, where she gained her teaching and leadership experience in Chinese National Curriculum, IGCSE and A-level. Suisui was the Founding member of two well-known bilingual schools, served as Founding Secondary School Principal, Head of Year groups and Head of Maths. Prior to that, she was an inspector at Shanghai Jing’an Education College responsible for Primary mathematics teaching quality and teacher training within the district. Suisui participated in and won a number of district and municipal Mathematics teaching competitions in the public education sector. She was deeply involved in the Second Phase of Shanghai Curriculum Reform Programme and was responsible for facilitating curriculum reform across the municipality. Ms Suisui Yu holds a bachelor’s degree in Applied Mathematics and a master’s degree in International Higher Education. Her current role is to develop, and quality assure the Chinese components of the curriculum for the Bilingual Schools in the WCC group. She also plays a central role in establishing effective working relationships with the local education system. Suisui is married with two children who both study in bilingual schools. she enjoys reading, baking, travelling and crocheting.
Executive Master Huili School Jiashan, Huili School Nantong
Paul Rogers, Executive Master of Wellington College China, worked as Founding Principal at Taylor’s International School Puchong, Malaysia for past three years before coming to China as Founding Master of Wellington College Hangzhou. He is currently overseeing new school projects within Wellington College China as well as co-ordinating this academic year’s Festival of Education. Prior to working in Malaysia, Paul established, as Headmaster and Member of the Board, the first ‘Article One’ Bilingual International School in Makuhari, Japan where he worked for six years and prior to that he led schools in Slovakia, Libya and the UKPaul trained as a teacher at La Saint Union College of Further Education in Southampton UK, specialising in Music, after which he obtained the National Professional Qualification for Headship from the Leadership College as well as becoming an Associate of the Royal College of Music – focusing on piano and ‘cello. Prior to training to become a teacher he studied music at Hull University. When not working, Paul is passionate about football and will happily watch all and any English Premier League match taking place. He also likes cooking, immersing himself in different cultures as well as travelling.