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Elizabeth Bray

Head of UWCSEA Dover

Elizabeth (Lizzie) took on the role of Head of UWCSEA Dover in August 2018, having been appointed as Principal of Middle School for Dover in August 2015. Elizabeth has held several posts since joining the College as a Science and Mathematics teacher in 1996, one of which was co-leading the Curriculum Articulation Project, working with teachers from K1 to Grade 12 across the Dover and East Campuses to write a K-12 concept-based curriculum encompassing all five elements of the UWCSEA learning programme. She was elected by the teaching staff on Dover to serve on the Board of Governors from 2006-2010. Since leading the Dover Campus through the CIS-WASC Accreditation process in 2010 she has served as a member of CIS-WASC Visiting Teams accrediting international schools in South East Asia. Prior to joining UWCSEA she taught in Canada, the Dominican Republic and Bahrain. Originally from Montreal, Canada, Elizabeth speaks English and French fluently. She holds a BSc (Geological Sciences) from McGill University and an MSc (Science Education) from Oregon State University.

Elizabeth believes passionately in the potential of every child and Middle School students will always be her ‘favourite’ as she enjoys the energy and enthusiasm these young people generate as they strive to understand who they are and how they connect with the world around them.

In her spare time Elizabeth enjoys swimming, yoga and long walks with her husband Peter and their sons, Max and Leo who both attend UWCSEA Dover.

Elizabeth Bray

 

Contributions by this author

UWCSEA's curriculum articulation project aims to build foundations for lifelong learning.

Elizabeth Bray, Head of Dover Campus and Nancy Fairburn, Former Curriculum Articulation Leader, UWCSEA

UWCSEA's curriculum articulation project aims to build foundations for lifelong learning by embedding conditions for effective learning into each area of the learning programme.

  • Dover Campus
  • East Campus
  • Holistic Learning Programme
  • Leadership
  • Research
  • UWCSEA concept based curriculum