Principal's Blog

Principal's Blog

EdTech and AI – Challenge or Opportunity?

by Mark Anderson Technology has always provided us with the opportunity to do more. While some have been able to capitalise on its potential, most have not. From the many unsuccessful implementations ...

Navigating Customer Service in International Education: A Personal Journey

by Joseph Otley Introduction: A Traveller’s Tale Join me on a deeply personal journey, where we delve into the complex realm of customer service within the sphere of international education. ...

Navigating the Waters of School Staff Meetings

by Milos Markovic We’ve all been there—sitting in those meetings that seem to have mastered the art of time-stretching as if they’re auditioning for a role in a slow-motion movie. You know ...

Why Multilingual Learning/ EAL Specialists Can Make Good School Leaders

by Marcelle van Leenen Do you have an excellent EAL specialist at your school? They might be your next principal! My journey in education began in an International Baccalaureate (IB) school, where I ...

An International Journey Back Home

by Dr. Ian Gross Culture shock can be described as feelings of uncertainty, confusion, or anxiety that people may experience when moving to a new country or surroundings. It is not what you might ...

Intentionally Small Schools

by Dr.Jeremy Majeski I’ve dedicated over two decades of my life to the field of education, having worn the hats of both teacher and school administrator. My journey has taken me from the ...

Pioneering for the Future of Work

by Gavin Clark What do our students need for the future of work? What is important in education to prepare students for the demands of the workforce? These are the questions that we have to ask ...

Leading Change in International Schools

by Joseph M. Cirelli As an educational leader, one of the most significant challenges that you will face is leading and implementing change within your school. Educational systems are complex, ...

Navigating the Challenges of Being a SENCO in the Middle East: Strategies for Success

by Carly Chilton Being a Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCO) in the Middle East is both rewarding and challenging. This dynamic region, with its rich cultural diversity and varied ...