Jenny O´Fee, Primary School Principal
Jenny O’Fee has more than 16 years of experience in international education, particularly in bilingual schools. She is an expert for the Primary School area and has held a position as head of a primary school in the past. At BMS, she strengthens our Leadership Team as Principal Primary School. Her area of interest is the optimum use of technologies in the classroom to effectively support the learning process and the teaching method.
Justine Otte, Vice Principal Lower Primary School
Before joining BMS, Justine Otte previously spent 8 years at Frankfurt International School, where she honed her leadership skills as a team leader and curriculum coordinator during her tenure. Justine also brings with her over a decade of teaching experience, specializing in upper primary education and language arts. As Vice Principal of the Primary School, Justine is committed to empowering both teachers and students to benefit fully from a strong culture of teaching and learning.
Tim Stroh, Vice Principal Upper Primary School
Tim Stroh has over 16 years of international teaching and leadership experience in schools throughout Europe. He has previously worked as the PYP Coordinator at BMS and has a strong interest in curriculum development, technology in education and concept based teaching and learning. As Vice Principal of Upper Primary, Tim is committed to developing agency in students and fostering learning connections that go beyond the classroom walls.
Elly Haerting, Student Support Services Coordinator
Elly Haerting has over 16 years of experience working with multilingual learners in Primary and Early Learning classrooms. As Student Support Services Coordinator she brings together the English as an Additional Language (EAL), German as an Additional Language (GAL), Learning Support (LS), Counseling, and Health Services teams. Elly and the Student Support Services team are enthusiastic about working with classroom teachers and families to best support and educate the whole student to enable them to reach their full potential.