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Pedagogical Leadership Team

Notion International School

Pedagogical Leadership Team

Sofia Dourasse

Sofia Dourasse

Head of PYP and PYP Academic Coordinator

Mrs Sofia has twelve years of teaching experience and leadership and six years as an International Baccalaureate Educator. Mrs Sofia Dourasse is a passionate educator who believes in international mindedness as a key to create learning communities that make the world a better place. She holds several roles in IB as a Consultant, Team Visitor, Workshop Leader and Online Facilitator with the International Baccalaureate Organisation for the region of Africa, Europe and Middle East. She took part in more than thirty educational events in fourteen countries. Her expertise, qualifications and deep knowledge about primary years program implementation are a value to be added to Notion International School. Mrs Sofia Dourasse holds a Computer Science & Business administration Bachelor’s Degree from Mohamed 5th University Rabat, Morocco. She also holds a Licence of literature, French section, Major: Translation from Cairo University. She is a Master’s candidate in Liverpool John Moores University.

Iman Ragab

Head of MYP & DP

Ms. Iman Ragab is an IB Continuum educator for 14 years. She has extensive experience in working in IB schools in Egypt and Dubai. She is an International baccalaureate team member, she is an IB Workshop Leader, School Visit Team Member, a Reader and an Online Facilitator. She is a candidate for a Master degree in Education in Advanced Teaching. She is pursuing her studies to earn the Certificate in School Management and Leadership (CSML) - Harvard University. She holds a BA Library Science and Project Management Diploma.

Iman Ragab
Dr Ramadan Abdel Razek

Dr Ramadan Abdel Razek

Islamic Studies Leader

Dr Ramadan Abdel Razek is a seasoned Islamic Studies leader who is a member of Al Azhar Al Sharif educators. He provides training and advise for our Religion Studies Teachers to ensure that our students aged 3 -12 are developed as whole children as open-minded, inquirers, caring, knowledgeable, and principled.