Head of School
Caroline Jacoby grew up and was educated in Melbourne, Australia. She has been an international school teacher and administrator for over 20 years. She has been fortunate enough to teach in schools in Italy, Spain, Vietnam, Japan, Zambia and Bangladesh. She has been a school visitor and workshop leader for the IB for the Primary Years Programme. She has most recently been the Head of School at the International School of Bamako in Mali, West Africa.
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Senior School Principal
Lesley Peacock is a long time educator. She began teaching Visual Art and English in her home country of New Zealand too many years ago to remember. She was then introduced to the wonderful opportunities of international teaching. This experience has taken her to numerous countries including Malaysia, China, Kazakhstan, Spain, Vietnam, Azerbaijan and now she joins us in Uganda. Lesley has been an administrator for 15 years and has worked extensively in both the IB MYP and IB Diploma Programmes as a teacher, trainer, moderator and examiner. Lesley has several interests including photography, painting, hiking, diving, skiing and very occasionally relaxing.
Junior School Principal
Daniel Todd has been teaching at the school for 10 years in a variety of roles including, Grade 2 Homeroom, ICT Teacher, PYP Coordinator, Junior School Assistant Principal, MYP Coordinator and College Counselor. Daniel has worked for many years within education both in Uganda and the UK. Daniel also works with the IB PYP as a workshop leader, school visitor and online facilitator. Beyond the realm of education Daniel enjoys a variety of sports, he is a keen visual artist and enjoys relaxing by the lake with his young family.
Daniel Groves is a qualified accountant with more than 10 years financial management experience. Daniel has been working in East Africa for the last 5 years working for a variety of non-profit organisations. After many years in Australia working in public practice in both audit and taxation services, specializing in working with the charitable sector, Daniel moved to Tanzania to work for a large 1800 student K-12 school in Tanzania. Most recently, he spent 2 years working as a Finance Manager for an International NGO in South Sudan. Outside of work, Daniel enjoys playing golf, reading books and is an avid Essendon (AFL) fan.