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Stuart Purves is an experienced primary school practitioner who was first appointed to a teaching position with the British International School in the spring of 2001 in school 4. He later moved to our school campuses in the north of the city and has worked in both schools 1 and 2 in recent years leading up to his appointment to the position of Deputy Headteacher in 2008. Stuart was a member of BIS senior management team for six years prior to his appointment as Headteacher of School 1.
Daniel Kelly joined the staff of the British International School in September 2013 and initially worked at school 9 as Assistant Headteacher before joining the senior management team at school 2 as Deputy Headteacher in the Spring of 2014. Before joining the British International School Mr. Kelly had held senior school management positions in UK schools where his achievements were formally recorded by the United Kingdom Ministry for Education.
Tom English taught in Ireland before arriving at the British International School in 2010. He has taught English literature for all year groups from Years 7 to 13 covering the British National Curriculum for KS3, IGCSE and the IB. In 2016 he was appointed Deputy head teacher in School №3 and has had roles as Key Stage 3 and 4 coordinator in the school during this time. He began his role as Acting Head teacher in School №3 in 2020.
Vladimir Gennadyevich Bragin is a graduate of the Moscow State Teacher’s University. He began his teaching career in 1981. In 2001, he joined the British International School 5 as a Mathematics teacher until his appointment as Director in 2005. Alongside, his duty as director he also teaches Algebra in the High School of the Russian Department.
Paul Trainor was a teacher, head of faculty and director of studies for 12 years in schools in the UK before joining School 7 in 2006. Following a period as a Deputy Headteacher he was appointed Headteacher in January 2008. He also teaches ICT and Business Studies at the school and has responsibility for I.T. across all BISM schools.