Nord Anglia International School Dublin announces Principal           08/11 09:49 - General (share to everyone) ------------------- DUBLIN 8th November 2017 -- Nord Anglia International School Dublin (NAIS Dublin) today announced the appointment of respected educator Paul Crute as the school’s founding Principal. Mr Crute will join the school on 1st January 2018 and was appointed following an extensive search which attracted some of the finest international educators from around the world.
Continuing a career which spans more than thirty years of international education experience to date Mr Crute joins Nord Anglia International School Dublin from one of Ireland’s leading schools The Royal School Armagh. Mr Crute has served as Headmaster since 2002 and together with his team has nurtured a strong culture of continuous improvement and self-evaluation which has resulted in highly innovative approaches to whole-child education personalised learning and service learning. The management and leadership of the school is graded as “outstanding” by the Education and Training Inspectorate.
Prior to this Mr Crute held leadership and teaching positions at prestigious schools in Europe and Africa namely Aiglon College in Switzerland the British International School Cairo Egypt and Gordonstoun School in Scotland. As current chair of the Headmasters´ & Headmistresses´ Conference Irish Division a professional association of heads of the world´s leading independent schools and a former international schools accreditation chair for the Council of International Schools Mr Crute has had extensive involvement in educational development at all levels in K-12 co-educational schools. Mr Crute is bilingual French and English and holds a Master’s degree from the University of Bath in International School Educational Management and Administration.
Nord Anglia International School Dublin is due to open in September 2018 and is now accepting applications for students from kindergarten to grade 10 (aged 3 to 15).