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Announcement: Head of Primary

20 March 2015

We are absolutely delighted to announce that Mrs Kara Lebihan will be joining Dover Court International School in August 2015 as the Head of Primary.

Mrs Lebihan has been in education for 23 years. Her teaching career began in 1992 in Newcastle, in the north east of England, and since then she has worked in a wide range of schools, including state and independent schools, both in the UK and Australia, and in international schools in Hong Kong, Singapore and China.

She has worked for Nord Anglia Education since August 2011 and is currently deputy head teacher at The British School of Beijing, where she is heavily involved in curriculum design and developing pastoral systems within the school. Kara is no newcomer to Dover Court International School, having taught Year 4 and Year 5 at the school from 1997-2002.

She is delighted to be returning and is greatly looking forward to working with the team to further developing the primary school. Kara will be joined by son Hugh, who will be entering Year 6 in August, and husband