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YCIS Beijing Welcomes New Co-Principal

September, 2014
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Yew Chung International School of Beijing (YCIS Beijing) welcomes new Co-Principal Noel Thomas to the school for the start of the new school year.

Thomas moved to YCIS Beijing from his position as Academic Director of the Cambridge International Curriculum Centre of Beijing Normal University. He holds a Bachelor of Jurisprudence degree and a Diploma of Education from Monash University and has also completed postgraduate studies in Educational Administration at the University of New England.

Thomas taught Politics, Legal Studies, History, Economics, Accounting and Information Technology in a number of Australian schools and, after several years in teaching roles, was appointed in 1987 to the position of Director of Studies at Toorak College Mount Eliza. He was promoted to the position of Head of Planning and Development in 1994, Deputy Principal in 1997 and ultimately as Principal/CEO and Executive Director in 2007.

Thomas has authored a number of textbooks and journals, and served as the Victorian state education authority’s Chief Examiner and Chief Assessor in two final year subjects – Legal Studies and Information Processing and Management. Strongly committed to internationally minded education, Thomas has served on several Council of International Schools (CIS) accreditation panels since 1996 and moved to China to take up his current position in 2012. Thomas and his wife Marianne have two children, both of whom are currently attending university in Australia. Thomas will partner with the Chinese Co-Principal, Christian Xu, in running the whole school. 

 

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