Steven Robbins BA PGCE MSc
Steven Robbins has 20 years international experience working as a teacher and Headteacher in England, Italy and Switzerland. He holds a first degree in Archaeology from Southampton University, UK, teaching degrees from Chichester University, UK and an MSc in Educational Leadership and Management from Leicester University, UK. Close to completing his Doctorate degree in Educational Leadership, his PhD thesis explores knowledge management in schools. His publication and research interests are educational leadership and ethics, decision-making and complex dilemmas, school culture and knowledge management. As a father of four children, he has first-hand experience of raising bilingual children. As founder and school Director, Steve offers an international perspective to TIS through the eyes of an experienced practitioner researcher.
Karinne Seguin, Doctor of Biochemistry, qualified teacher, bilingual and responsible for the pedagogical programme
Holding a Doctorate in Biochemistry from the University of Lyon, Karinne Sequin began her career in research before turning to teaching. She has been teaching children from Kindergarten till the end of Primary school for 17 years mostly in the Eastern region of France. Karinne is aware of cultural and linguistic diversity thanks to her own upbringing and is excited by the opportunity to work at TIS, taking on the responsibility for its academic programmes. As a passionate teacher, Karinne knows what it means to create a motivating and stimulating environment for her pupils. As a mother of four children, their personal and intellectual fulfillment is at the heart of her concerns. It is with enthusiasm that Karinne brings her professional contribution to the development of the school and the well-being of the children.