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Lahore (Nov 5-6, 2010)
 
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Simon Testa
Director, School Evaluation, Beaconhouse Group

Simon Testa started his career as a teacher and head of department in Maltese Secondary Schools after completing a B.Ed. (Hons.) degree. After a number of years in the classroom, he joined Apple Computer, supporting schools in the implementation of ICT programmes and, after a few years, moved on to a job as training and development manager with a State agency.


In 1995, Mr. Testa resumed his teaching career when he joined San Andrea Middle School as headmaster. In 2000, he took up the position of headmaster of St. Albert the Great College in Valletta. During this period, Simon completed his Master’s degree in Educational Leadership with University of Lincoln, UK, where he researched school improvement strategies for schools facing challenging circumstances.


In 2005, he moved to New Zealand where he joined New Zealand Tertiary College as a lecturer in professional studies and research. Soon after, he moved to the New Zealand Education Review Office, where he carried out school evaluations in different parts of New Zealand.


In 2009, he joined Beaconhouse UAE as a School Improvement Coordinator within the PPP project in Abu Dhabi. Simon moved to Lahore in August 2010 to develop systems for the evaluation of Beaconhouse schools and educational projects in Pakistan, Abu Dhabi and other parts of the world.