Tatiana AnufrievaGeneral Director of the British International School Moscow
Mrs. Tatiana Anufrieva has been the General Director of the British International School Moscow from its foundation in 1994. She has sound experience of the needs of a large International School and works closely with headteachers on the formulation and implementation of new ideas and strategies to enhance the quality of the school’s educational programmes and life of its community.
Through her guidance the administration of the school now uses the most modern methodological practices, designed to support the successful delivery of our academic programmes. The collegiate approach she has fostered within the overall operation of the school is clearly evident in the consistent academic success of pupils.
Denis KellyExecutive Headteacher
Denis Kelly initially joined the staff at BISM as a visiting Principal Consultant in September 2006. For two years he worked closely with the General Director and the Senior Management Team offering advice and support across a full range of school issues and developments.
In September 2008 he joined the permanent staff team as Executive Headteacher after completing a four year period as a Consultant Headteacher in London where he had worked on the developing UK government programmes enshrined within the Children Act 2004.
He has brought a wealth of experience to the senior management team of the school having been the Headteacher of four schools in the United Kingdom as well a broad range of International project work in Europe, North America and South Africa.
Andrew ShortHeadteacher of BIS 3 and BIS 4 Southern Primary and Secondary Schools
Andrew Short began his teaching career in the UK where he worked as a Physics and Chemistry teacher, Head of Science and Assistant Headteacher. He joined BIS Moscow in July 2005 and has worked as a Deputy Headteacher within the organisation.
In September 2008 he was appointed Headteacher of the Southern Secondary School (School 3) where he still teaches Physics in group 4 of the IB Diploma to the senior students.
Vladimir BraginHeadteacher of BIS 5 Russian Curriculum School
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 No.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 TrainorHeadteacher of BIS 7 Nothern Secondary School
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.
Richard ButlerHeadteacher of BIS 8
Following a distinguished military career Richard Butler joined the teaching profession in 1990. After teaching for ten years in the United Kingdom he was appointed to his first Headship at the British International School of the Netherlands in 1999.
In 2004 he moved on to the British School of Brussels as Vice Principal and in 2008 was appointed Principal at the Gulf English School in Qatar before recently taking up his post as Headteacher with the British International School Moscow at the Rosinka Campus where he now enjoys the rich cultural diversity of a school with over 240 pupils from over 40 different nationalities.
Mark MadeleyHeadteacher of BIS 1 and BIS 2 Nothern Infant and Junior Schools
Mark Madeley joined the management team of the British International School Moscow after a long and varied career in UK schools and in International schools. His early teaching experiences were in Cheshire, England, in both primary and secondary schools. After eighteen years of continuous service he accepted the challenge of working overseasa and there followed successful headteacher posts in Saudi Arabia and Ukraine. Returning to the UK he worked for the national school inspection service evaluating more than 200 schools.
He brings a broad range of educational knowledge and international experience to the school and comments that; 'The wonderful children in our school are my motivation. I want to give them the best possible experience I can.
David HornHeadteacher of BIS 9 Infant and Junior School
David has taught in UK schools for more than 23 years in a variety of different age ranges and types of schools. After teaching in the Secondary sector and holding the position of Head of Mathematics he decided to change age ranges and moved to teach in Middle Schools and then repeated the process to work in the Primary sector. He then decided to teach in the International sector and has held senior management positions at schools in Tanzania and Ukraine before starting to work at BIS Moscow as Headteacher of School 4 in September 2011.
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