An international school is defined by the quality of its teaching. Without teaching excellence throughout the Curriculum, a deep-rooted commitment to learning and the enthusiasm to deliver inspirational lessons and knowledge, students cannot grow into the best version of themselves.
Additional members of staff have joined the team
Despite the fact that AISPP is a relatively new school, it’s not had any trouble recruiting some of the most experienced senior teachers and support staff available within the Phnom Penh region.
A great teacher is someone that can deliver experiences that go beyond the Curriculum – they nurture and encourage lifelong skills and competencies such as creativity, critical thinking, communication, collaboration, information literacy, multilingualism and being able to work, respect and understand different cultures.
An IB teacher and education goes one step further and helps to develop strong academic, social and emotional characteristics so students can engage with all types of people in our increasingly globalized world.
The ability to deliver all of these skills and to enthuse children to want to learn separates a good teacher from a fantastic one!
“I firmly believe that one of our best resources at AISPP is our teachers. Working within an organisation and set-up that is well equipped, appeals to students and is highly effective,” said Paul Grisewood, Head of School.
“We take recruitment very seriously and always try our best to fit the right person into the right job. Working in collaboration with TRI Australia (Teacher Recruitment International), AISPP will not see or consider any candidates until they have screened, personally interviewed, reference checked and verified each and every job applicant.”
New appointments for a new term
In the Early Years, AISPP is pleased to welcome Ms Nellie Hiku and Mr Tomas Lebreton; in Primary, Ms Sophie White and in the Middle Years Mrs Stacey Hilgenberg, Mr Tim Hilgenberg, Mrs Rosalind Paterson and Mrs Melanie Forbes-Harper.
“Our business management team has also been strengthened – we recently welcomed Mr Todd Martinez, Mrs Jill Martinez and Mrs Julie Grisewood to our school. We are hoping that their expertise and skills, in operations, admissions, and community development respectively, will help our school to grow and to develop even further.”
AISPP, an Australian Co-ed IB International K-12 school (Phnom Penh), is fast becoming one of the Kingdom of Cambodia’s leading education providers. Providing a modern Australian private and independent education, its 21st Century philosophy, state-of-the-art facilities and world-class teaching standards, make it ideally placed to prepare children for the global challenges and opportunities that lie ahead of them.
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