Casey Barnes is a qualified teacher who was born in America and grew up in Ireland. He studied English Literature and Education and is currently working toward a second Master’s degree in Educational Leadership. He has been teaching for 14 years in South Korea, the United States, and Vietnam and was a sailing instructor for a number of years before. His hobbies include a variety of outdoor activities, adventure sports, and travel. Part of Casey’s educational philosophy is the belief that all students can become lifelong learners by helping them understand that education goes beyond their classroom life – into the community, their careers, and their lives as responsible global citizens. Casey is very excited about moving to a new country and new school and looks forward to meeting and becoming part of the CIS community.
From 26 to 30 August, we are pleased to invite students from 5 to 12 years to spend the last days of summer vacation in the exclusive football camp.
Casey Barnes is a qualified teacher who was born in America and grew up in Ireland. He studied English Literature and Education and is currently working toward a second Master’s degree in Educational Leadership.
John Wilson is from Scotland and has taught in Austria, South Korea, and most recently he taught History and Global Perspectives for two years at CIS in Moscow, Skolkovo campus
Frank Morris is a qualified teacher from the UK with teaching and leadership experience in Italy, Serbia, Russia, and the UK.
Jenny Stones is a qualified teacher from Yorkshire in the United Kingdom. Having spent over ten years working in a primary school, she has experience of teaching the British Curriculum creatively, holistically and skills-based to primary students.
Emma Banks is an experienced teacher from the UK.
Christina Jozefiak is a qualified teacher with her Master’s in Education and Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (CELTA) from Cambridge University.
Our students did several school trips to Bread Museum, visited Story House and Tropic forest