Neil McGarry has become the new Principal of Britannica International School in Budapest, joining the community from the La Mare de Carteret High School in Guernsey, UK where he worked as a senior leader.
Prior to his time in Guernsey, he worked for the British Armed Forces as a consultant adviser to secondary, Primary and Middle schools in Germany, Cyprus and Scotland. He has 25 years’ experience within the British Education system and has also worked in several schools in Leeds and Northallerton in Yorkshire, England. Mr McGarry has a degree in Maths and Business Management and Administration as well as a Master’s degree in Education.
Mr McGarry is keen on travelling, culture and sports and feels Budapest provides the perfect setting to indulge in his hobbies and interests.
Speaking of his appointment, he said:' There is a real family atmosphere within the school and myself, my wife and my son, who is attending the school in year six, are really looking forward to fully engaging with everybody at Britannica. I am very excited to be leading the school towards a bright and prosperous future.
"Our recent re-accreditation by CIS confirms the quality of what is on offer. The students are at the heart of all that we do and we will continue to strive to deliver high quality teaching and learning, personalised and tailored to meet the needs of our International body of students."
The entire Britannica community warmly welcomes the new Principal and looks forward to discovering new areas of development for Britannica International School with him.
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