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Senior Management

 Deputy Head
Indra Batbayar



I completed my Master’s degree at the University of Leeds (MSc in Global Innovation Management) on the Chevening Scholarship programme and hold a Bachelor of Public Affairs and Policy Management from Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Previously I had worked in banking until I discovered the excitement, passion and positive energy of the education sector. In 2015, I first started as the Administrative Coordinator at the British School of Ulaanbaatar and from the 2017/2018 academic year assumed the role of Deputy Head.

I truly enjoy my work environment filled with laughter and happiness and feel very privileged to be working alongside our British qualified teachers and talented Mongolian staff.

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 EYFS, KS1 Coordinator and EYFS Teacher
Mark Adams


Prior to teaching and after graduating from Nottingham Trent University and a 12 year career in Events Management, I completed my PGCE in 2009. Having spent last year teaching Year 2 at the British School of Ulaanbaatar, I am excited to be responsible for introducing the new EYFS Unit this year. 

I will also be teaching Reception, something I did for 6 years in the UK. Working at BSU is my first experience of an international school.
I thoroughly enjoyed my time in Mongolia last year and am looking forward to exploring the country a little bit more this year. I would also like to try and improve my Mongolian language a little!

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KS2 Coordinator and Year 6 Teacher

 Helen Jones


I have been teaching across the English Primary curriculum for the past 13 years in both the UK and most recently in Hong Kong. I am passionate about my role as an educator and I am excited to have been given the opportunity to join the team at BSU. 

Outside of the school environment I enjoy spending time with my family, reading, yoga and travel. My husband and two young children have travelled with me to Mongolia and I hope that together we can enjoy learning more about this dynamic country, its people, culture and language. 

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Key Stage 3, 4 & 5 Coordinator
Melanie Hitchcocks



I am a qualified History teacher with a BA honours degree in History from Newcastle University and a Postgraduate Certificate of Education from Durham University. In January 2018 I will graduate from Lincoln University with an MA in Medieval History.

Over the past ten years I have taught History, Geography and English in both the special needs and mainstream education sectors in the UK. I feel passionately that learning is a lifelong undertaking and I am looking forward to inspiring the next generation of lifelong learners here in Mongolia.

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