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Aisha Ashraf Curriculum Vitae

Personal Profile
My personal and professional success is propelled by my desire to enhance the lifelong learning of all individuals, regardless of
background or economic status. Blending my skills with an understanding of and sensitivity to individuals and their aspirations
for the future provides excellent foundations for me to work from.
Working high expectations into aspirations and achievements within our Learning Communities is what I bring to all
organizations I work with.
Key Skills and Experience:
Ability to meet deadlines and handle diverse tasks simultaneously using prioritization
Strong verbal and written communication skills
Strong interpersonal, leadership, and motivational skills
Ability to implement Strategic Change and Excellent Operational Leadership
Facilitating, delivering and developing large scale Professional Development
Development and dissemination of School Improvement Procedures, handbooks and policies
Whole school Curricula and Pastoral(Health and Wellbeing) Development and Quality Assurance
Administration of information and referral systems enhancing whole school health and wellbeing, attendance,
punctuality and code of conduct
Leadership of home school partnerships and management of transition programs
Employment
November 2012 Current
ADEC
Project Manager K -12 Health Education and Lead of the Capacity Building for Health Management Project ADEC Public Schools
Responsibilities:
Strengthening skills, competencies and abilities of stakeholders for better Health Management in
Schools
Coordinate the overall planning, designing, and development of curriculum content and assessments
Research new and innovative curriculum practices
Development of skills and professional expertise of Teachers
Development of Teacher Pedagogy & Curriculum Implementation process
August 2010 July 2012
Nord Anglia Education Services
Partnership Education Advisor
Responsibilities:
Development of Skills and professional expertise of Teachers
Development of Teacher Pedagogy & Curriculum Implementation
Sustaining strategic direction in the teaching of Science & ICT
September 2009-August 2010
Tauheedul High School for Girls and Sixth Form College
School Director: Pastoral Development & Student (Health and Wellness) Wellbeing
Responsibilities:
Accountability for day to day operations of school & Child Protection Officer
Whole school Curricula and Pastoral (Health and Wellbeing) Quality Assurance
Development and implementation of Whole School Curricula and Policies
Delivery of Whole School Training
July 2008-August 2010
University Gloucestershire
UK School Improvement Officer & Qualified Teacher Status Mentor
Responsibilities:
Facilitation of Whole School Operations, academic and pastoral (Health and Wellbeing)
Development of skills and professional expertise of Principal and Senior Managers
Development & implementation of structured support programme for staff wishing to gain
Qualified teacher status
School Improvement Planning and whole school OFSTED Evaluation support

September 2007-August 2009


Manchester Islamic High School for Girls
Vice Principal: Pastoral Care (Health and Wellbeing)
Responsibilities:
Accountability for day to day operations of School & Child Protection Officer
Development and implementation of Academic (curriculum based) & Pastoral Policies
Teacher of Science & Head of Faculty Physical, Social and Health & Citizenship
Education
April 2004-July 2007
The Royal School for Girls Hampstead.
Senior School Dean: Academic and Pastoral Care (Health and Wellbeing)
Responsibilities:
Development and implementation of Pastoral (Health and Wellbeing) System KG1-12
Head of Faculty A Level Chemistry & Biology
September 2002-February 2004
The Bristol City Academy
Responsibilities:
Teacher of KS3 & KS4 Science, specialising in Biology.
Teacher of A Level Biology
Qualifications
2011/2012
Prince 2 Practitioner

Institute Of Education London


September 2007-July 2008
Becoming a Senior Manager

October December 2010


Teaching English as a Second Language, Al Ain

September 2009
Healthy Schools Status Training Blackburn and Darwen
City Council

September 2001-June2002
University of The West Of England, Bristol
PGCE Science KS3-4 Biology

September 2009
Designated person Child Protection Training Blackburn
and Darwen City Council

September 1998-June2001
University Of North London
Biomedical Sciences Degree

June 2009
Association of Muslim Schools
QTS Mentor Training

September 1997-June 1998


Queen Mary and Westfield University
Pharmaceutical Chemistry 1st Year

Sept 2008
Child Protection Statutory Requirements: Manchester
City Council

September 1995-June1997
Bury College
A level Biology, Chemistry & English Literature

September 1993-June1995
Oldham College
B-Tec National Fashion and Design

September 1989-June 1993


Prestwich High School, Manchester
GCSEs:
English Double Award AA
Science Double Award AA
Maths single Award C

June 2008-October 2009 University Gloucestershire


Schools Improvement Officer (SIP): Becoming an
Advisor for Schools in the UK providing guidelines on
statutory requirements, school improvement and
Ofsted inspections.

References
Joanna Cole
Strategic Implementation Manager
LeapEd Services
Jalan Pantai Baharu Kuala Lumpur,
Wilayah Persekutuan 50672 Malaysia
Jocole1@gmail.com

Julie Collen Ferguson


Section Manager English Medium Curriculum
ADEC
Julie.ferguson@adec.ac.ae