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Staff of the Aga Khan Senior School, Nairobi
|Head Teacher||Mrs. Jerri-Lynn Hainstock|
|School Operations Coordinator||Mr. Liam Clifford|
|Diploma Programme Coordinator||Mr. Maurice Mugalizi|
|Middle Years & IGCSE Coordinator||Mrs. Zain Sayani|
|Assistant Middle Years Coordinator||Ms. Mercy Ikua|
Teaching faculty at the Aga Khan Academy all have a Bachelor’s in Education degree or a Bachelors degree with a Post-graduate Certificate in Education, and a minimum of three years’ experience in teaching. Approximately 25% of the faculty has a Master’s degree and several other teachers are pursuing a Master’s degree.
Faculty members are encouraged to pursue professional development, and the School provides numerous opportunities to pursue training, including but not limited to:
- IBO workshops held in various international locations;
- In-house curriculum workshops by IBO-certified trainers.
- University of Cambridge on-line training for IGCSE and teacher development;
- Harvard University on-line training for teaching skills enhancement.