• A British International School

    Providing a premium, personalised education for your child

  • Academic Success for All

    Your child will benefit from the rigour of a British education combined with the finest international curricula

  • Creative, Engaging, Respected

    Our teaching staff have extensive experience of British and international teaching, inspiring your child

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  • International outlook

    With friends from around the world and an international curricula, your child will become a global citizen

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  • Our active school community

    There is always a buzz about school, with a variety of events and activities, our community is always busy!

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Leadership Team

Our Leadership Team is here to ensure that every experience at NAISAK is true to the standards of excellence that we are committed to delivering.

  • Dave Pontich

    Dave Pontich

    Principal

    Dave Pontich

    I was born and raised in Windsor, Canada’s southernmost city, where I earned a Business degree with Honours before moving to Australia where I completed a teaching qualification and worked at an independent school in Melbourne.  Afterwards, I taught for nearly three years in the UK before returning to Canada where I completed an MA Economics.  

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    Steve Jones

    Vice Principal / Head of Primary

    Steve Jones

    After successfully completing my BA Honours in Primary Studies with QTS from the University of Wales College Newport, I spent 8 years teaching across a range of year groups in one of the largest Primary schools in Wales. Following the success of leading both Physical Education and Welsh across the school, encompassed with the drive and ambition to take a more leading role, I later became the Area of Learning Leader for Communication. Through this role I proved my ability to lead a culture of challenge, support and teamwork through the whole school community, as well as successfully embedding both national and local initiatives to raise student performance and school standards.

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  • James Kendall Year 2 Teacher

    James Kendall

    Deputy Head of Primary

    James Kendall

    Nord Anglia International School Al Khor (NAISAK) is a truly unique school to be a part of and I feel genuinely grateful to come to work every day. Our school represents a vibrant local community with students from a diverse range of backgrounds and this creates a fantastic community feel that every visitor commends us on.  

     

     

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  • Carla Davies

    Carla Davies

    Foundation Stage Leader

    Carla Davies

    I grew up in Australia and after finishing school I took the opportunity to travel around Europe for two years and enjoyed soaking up a range of different cultures. I finally settled just outside of London and began a Bachelor of Education degree at the University of Hertfordshire. My first teaching post was in a small village school on the outskirts of London.

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  • Libby Bridge

    Libby Tremere

    Director of Sport and Community

    Libby Tremere

    I was born in Chester in the North West of England however I went to school in North Wales, just across the border.  After gaining A levels in English, History and Law I went on to Loughborough University to study Physical Education, Sports Science and Social Science.  I had known from an early age I wanted to teach Physical Education so I stayed at Loughborough for a fourth year where I gained my PGCE in PE and English.  I secured a job quickly to work in a school chosen by the UK Government to become one of the first establishments to get Sports College status. With this brought lots of funding and opportunities as well as support from a network of schools that grew from 11 to 450 in just a few years.  I soon found myself leading developments within school and across the county I worked in and it wasn’t long before I gained a promotion and then moved away from Burleigh to seek new opportunities.

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  • Lydie Gonzales

    Lydie Gonzales

    Head of Secondary School

    Lydie Gonzales

    From a very young age, I remember being passionate about making discoveries, and therefore, learning. This aspect of my personality rendered the choice of what field to study a very difficult one: I wanted to be a teacher and a journalist. Luckily, my parents understood and respected my ambitions, and unfailingly supported me towards reaching my goals. After high school, I enroled in an Institute of Political Sciences where I studied Geopolitics, Constitutional and Administrative Law, Economics, Sociology, Political Theories and History. Upon completing the four-year degree in an intensive three years, I studied Educational Sciences for one year and then moved to the UK to complete a Masters in International Relations at the School of Politics at the University of Nottingham. After another enriching year of studies and with my Masters completed successfully, the invaluable opportunity to study for the PGCE and become a fully-qualified teacher from the British education system crossed my path. I pursued it with eagerness. 

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  • Azza Moustafa

    Azza Moustafa

    Head of Arabic

    Azza Moustafa

    I have been teaching for the past 16 years. My experience spans across both primary and secondary, including IGCSE and IB programmes. My leadership experience began in an international school in Doha where I was Head of Department for two years, before being interviewed for my present role at CISAK where I have been working for the last three years.

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