Tom Finn-Kelcey
head of faculty, Social Sciences, Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School, Faversham, Kent

Tom holds a degree and a Masters in international relations from University of Wales, Aberystwyth. Before going into teaching, he worked as a political advisor, and for the Kent on Sunday Newspaper. Tom is head of the Faculty of Social Sciences at Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School in Faversham, Kent; where he teaches an interesting mix of politics and sociology A level and PSHE. In addition he writes regularly for the Times Education Supplement on a wide variety of topics within teaching. Outside of work, he is a lifelong fan of the Leicester Tigers rugby club, and spends his time and money following the team around the country.


Thursday 10 October, 19:00 Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School, Abbey Pl, Faversham ME13 7BQ
Will China dominate the 21st Century?