How to nurture staff and students in a post-Brexit world

At a time of unprecedented global change, Kieran Earley CEO and principal of the British School in The Netherlands, tells Relocate how the school navigates Brexit and other challenges.

The British School in The Netherlands (BSN) is the largest Council of British International Schools (COBIS) school. More than 80 nationalities are represented among its students and staff.In our video interview – part of Relocate’s Headteacher Insights series – CEO and principal Kieran Earley explains how the school ensures a smooth transition for new pupils and new staff, and how it – and the Netherlands more widely ­– is meeting the uncertainties created by Brexit and the recent US presidential election.“For the Netherlands,” says Mr Earley, “this is an interesting time, because there are potential growth areas, with companies potentially moving across from the UK, so we have to be responsive to that.”The video also covers:
  • Recruiting teachers in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) subjects
  • Networking with local businesses to provide opportunities for students
  • Providing training and growth opportunities for teachers and staff

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