The management structure established at ISCS promotes decentralised leadership for each school, each one with a Head of School and Assistant Headteacher as the educational leader on site as follows:

  • Foundation (EYFS)KG
  • Lower Primary
  • Higher Primary
  • Secondary

This decentralized approach delegates more decision-making authority for each leader for each school as listed above.

This type of management structure conforms to UK Standards and results in:

  • Higher student performance, as decisions and monitoring are made closer for each key stage.
  • More efficient use of resources.
  • Increased skills and satisfaction in school administrative staff and teachers

The management consists of professionals from the UK and other countries who have been carefully selected for their excellent qualifications, experience and diverse expertise. They are specialists who complement each other in their various skills, areas of knowledge and competencies. They all have a proven track record of success in education management. This success stems from the clear vision they carry in education and its application to the present time.


The staff at ISCS are carefully selected from the international educational community for their experience and dedication to the vision and mission of the school.

In ISCS’s commitment to continuously achieving excellence in a dynamic world, all teaching staff at the school are required to participate in the school’s Continuing Professional Development program developed with the in-house training and development center. This ensures staff remain abreast with the latest developments in education and teaching techniques to provide the most effective educational experience possible for our pupils.

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