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EMERGENCY NOTICE
  • A dual curriculum

    We are the only international school in the region to offer a dual British-Uzbek curriculum

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  • Strong values

    Our students are always seeking ways to improve themselves and the community around them

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  • Forward thinking and innovative

    We adopt the latest teaching theories and practices to ensure our students are ready for the future

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  • Academic rigour

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Mrs. Mufarrakh Musaeva

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Year 3 Teacher

PGCE Primary Education 
 

Mufarrakh has been a teacher for 10 years, 5 of those in Uzbek local universities: Uzbek State World Languages University and Tashkent Law university. She started to work for the British School of Tashkent in 2012 as a teaching assistant. In 2015 the British School of Tashkent awarded Mufarrakh with the scholarship to complete PGCE in Buckingham University in the United Kingdom. Now she is Year 1 teacher at the British School of Tashkent. In 2013-2014 she completed her MA in English Department where she researched about effective ways of teaching English as a Foreign Language in public schools of Uzbekistan. Mufarrakh was also awarded Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant Program (FLTA) 2012-2013 by the United States Education Department that allowed her to teach Uzbek to graduate students, and take graduate courses in the Second Language Studies department for a year at Indiana University in the United States.