Mr. Daniel Frater

Daniel has successfully led new and recently founded international schools in the CIS and Asia. In April 2014, he established an Early Years campus judged excellent by the Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) in all eight inspection categories just two and a half years after it opened its doors to students. Daniel possesses a deep understanding of the personal and professional qualities required of teachers and leaders in different contexts, from smaller schools in frontier locations to large, established corporate schools.

Throughout a career in teaching, spanning thirteen years, Daniel has taught children across the primary school age range from Nursery to Year 6. He is an excellent teacher, with particular strengths in Literacy and EAL, and has experience implementing the English National, Cambridge International, and International Primary (IPC) curricula.

Daniel is professional, enthusiastic, and has a strong commitment to ensuring all children and staff learn and develop to meet their potential.

Qualifications

National Professional Qualification for Headship (NPQH), University College London, Institute of Education, UK
Professional Graduate Diploma in Education (PGCE), University of Edinburgh, UK
BSc(Hons) Zoology (Marine & Fisheries Biology), University of Aberdeen, UK