It is the role of the School Board to provide strategic guidance for the School and to effectively oversee and review the School’s management. Governance practices require the School to formalise and disclose the roles and responsibilities of the School Board and its Members.The governing body provides non-executive leadership. The regulations make clear that the head teacher is responsible for the educational performance of the School and for the internal organisation, management and control. The relationship between the Principal and the Chair of the Board is pivotal to the success of the School.
Mark Howard has worked in education and culture most of his professional career, first as a History teacher in the UK and as an English teacher around the world. He joined the British Council 25 years ago, and he has worked in different countries like Spain, Colombia, Ecuador, Venezuela, Romania, Portugal, Korea, Singapore and Argentina. Mark has also developped other rolesin the British Council as a Country manager and Regional director for America.