Deputy Principal, Head of Performing Arts
In my opinion teaching is still the best job in the world and I believe passionately in inspiring students, not just academically, but personally, socially and also to make a difference in the world.
I have been in education now for just over 20 years and started my teaching career in Poland. I have since worked in the UK and other international schools in Budapest and Bali. I have a wide range of experience in teaching and leadership across the entire 4-18 age range.
DP Coordinator, Performing Arts Teacher
Penny was Head chorister at a Woodard School in the UK, and went on to gain a BMus at Trinity College of Music. She specialised in choral conducting, arranging and music education, then went on to study her PGCE at the University of Reading where she was a member of the University chamber choir.
Penny has worked in the IB teaching music, and coordinating MYP and DP in the UK and Caribbean. In addition to her current post as Head of Music at Cobham Hall in Kent, Penny directs a ladies’ choir.
Hi, my name is Holly Johnstone and I am currently teaching in the Heritage Private School in Limassol in Cyprus. Prior to this I was at The English School in Limassol and at Cayman Prep and High School in the Cayman Isands. I love to be creative, so I have written a poem for you to get to know me a bit better. I look forward to meeting you all in August!
My name is Vicky Ellaby and I am from England. Although, I have not lived there for 17 years. I have a Bachelor in Education and started my career in London. I became an International Teacher after this and have worked in Spain, Mexico, Egypt, U.A.E. and now in Budapest.
I have worked in International Schools and a Montessori School. I love to learn about new cultures and I speak Spanish. Also, I am very interested in becoming more self-sustainable. I choose to work in small school as I feel the children can feel more at home and supported with their learning. I run the Eco- Warriors and want to develop this further in the school.