DARRYL BROWN 🏴
Principal and CEO
Originally from Wales, Darryl is married to Milagros and is the father of two children, both of whom attend the school. Darryl began his career as a secondary school teacher in Kenya, but has spent the last nineteen years working in and leading international schools in Kenya, Venezuela and the USA before taking up his current post as Principal in August 2012.
An IB North America workshop leader (Mathematics), academy member and accreditation officer (IB, CIS and AdvancED), Darryl balances his work in education with a passion for rugby; continually trying, and occasionally succeeding, in dispelling the myth that he is too old to play. Darryl speaks English and Spanish.
Bachelor of Arts (with honors) (Economics), University of Essex
Post Post Graduate Certificate in Education (Secondary Mathematics), University of Leicester
Master of Arts (Educational Leadership & Management), University of Bath
Certificate of International Leadership (The Principals’ Training Center)
Doctor of Education – University of Southern California
Masters Degree in Teaching and Learning – University of Oregon
Bachelors in Pioneered the Intercultural Communication Degree Program – Linfield University
Bachelor of Education – Deakin University
Bachelor of Applied Science (Honours) – Deakin University
Master of Applied Science – Deakin University
Faculty & Staff
As a passionate IB PYP curriculum coordinator, she has frequented many international school conferences where she bubbled with enthusiasm for anything and everything related to the PYP. Susanne loves to encourage her school community ‘to take action’, especially in the field of environmental conservation and education.When she isn’t busy talking to coordinators and educators across the globe, she can be found in, on or under the water, either swimming, paddle boarding , kayaking or scuba diving. Her favourite Sunday afternoon activity is to organise beach clean ups – watch out for an invitation!
Nicola holds a PhD in English in which she specialized in the modern American and Afro-American novel and contemporary theatre. She has taught at The Codrington School for the past 7 years and her two sons are students in the PYP and MYP.
Bachelor of Arts (English) – University of Toronto
Master of Arts (English) – University of South Carolina
Doctor of Philosophy (English) – University of South Carolina
ECIS International Teacher Certificate, Cambridge
IB Certificate in Teaching and Learning
She has a passion for learning and, although her main love is English, she also enjoys exploring Drama and Film and has taken part in a number of amateur dramatic productions. In her spare time, Kirsty enjoys reading, traveling and trying new things.
BA (Hons) English from The University of Hull, UK
GTP/QTS – Hull Citywide DRB, UK
She then graduated from the University of Sussex in the United Kingdom with a Masters Degree in Media and Cultural Studies. Chrystal holds a Diploma in Education with Distinction from the Erdiston Teaching College in Barbados.
Associate of Arts (Music) – Barbados Community College, Barbados
Bachelor of Arts (Film & Theatre) – University of the West Indies. Barbados
Master of Arts (Media & Cultural Studies) – University of Sussex, England
In addition to teaching, Ron coached varsity boys basketball and was the assistant coach for Math Counts. Ron understands the struggles that some students go through with maths because he experienced them also and that is why he feels he is a perfect fit to teach the subject. Ron is excited about “living” the island life with his wife, Betsy, and their two dogs, Bucky and Wanda. Ron is a comic book collector and big Marvel fan, he also enjoys movies, puzzles, and all things nerdy.
Bachelor of Science in Education/Mathematics (Ohio University)
Finishing Masters in Education and Technology (University of Phoenix)
State of Ohio Teaching License
I have a passion for the language learning and firmly believe that every person can speak another language. It is merely a case of guiding that student out of their comfort zone and creating an environment and desire for self-expression, sharing and having fun. I am fluent in English and Spanish and have a love of animals and gardening.
Licenciada en Idiomas Modernos – Universidad de Metroplotina, Venezuela
She has more than thirty years of teaching in the Philippines where she is originally from and various international schools in Indonesia, Bahamas, Nigeria, Malaysia, and Singapore which she and family now lives.
She is most proud of her 3 children who are now young adults, her accomplishments as an IB educator, an Extended Essay & IA Adviser, and the MUN delegates she has coached, who have received awards and recognition in their conferences.
Ana believes in an education that is balanced and diverse, encouraging students to develop physically, emotionally, morally, culturally and intellectually. She also holds the view that society will benefit from enabling its citizens to develop their talents and interests, which in turn serve the common good.
She also enjoys working and communicating with young people as they are enthusiastic and open minded.
Ana enjoys walking long distances, listening to music, and meeting people and making new friends. She also likes playing bowling, reading classic novels, organising overseas trips for students to experience real life appreciation of different culture. She also wishes to continue learning archery, playing guitar and cello.
Bachelor of Science in Education majoring in Social Sciences with specialisation in Economics and History
Master of Arts in Teaching
Currently enrolled in Business Specialisation and Management Fundamentals with University of Pennsylvania through Coursera.
Her philosophy of education is that all children are unique and as such should be taught in an environment where they can grow and build upon their prior knowledge in order to reach their full potential. Peggy is a mother of two beautiful girls and enjoys spending every spare moment she can with them. She also enjoys making cold process soap, candles, photography and listening to music.
Bachelor of Arts (Elementary Education) – City University of New York – Brooklyn College
State of New York Teaching Certification
As a physical and health education teacher, Tanner believes in creating meaningful experiences through student choice, promoting lifelong interest in physical activity and health initiatives. Outside of work, he enjoys pursuing a range of outdoor activities including golf, hiking, surfing and reading a book on a patio.
Bachelor of Physical Education/Bachelor of Education (Combined Degree) – University of Alberta
Professional Certificate of Qualification – British Columbia Ministry of Education, Canada
She was first introduced to the “IB way of life” while living in Venezuela where her children attended an IB school there. As a parent and an educator she became fully involved and has been passionate about it ever since.
When not in the classroom, she enjoys genealogical research, travelling and singing and has been involved in many choirs in Barbados, including The Cavite Chorale of the University of The West Indies, The Cecilian Singers and the Aeolian Singers. She is currently a member of the St. Cecilia Chorale and the Belle Voci Cantanti Singers.
B Sc. Biology (Honors) (UWI)
M Ed. Testing and Measurement (UWI)
Post Graduate Diploma in Theory and Practice – Science Education (Distinction) (UWI)
She then undertook a Graduate Teacher Programme in French and German. Caroline has seen herself in multiple positions of leadership during her time in the UK such as Acting Head of MFL, Head of French and EAL coordinator. She believes greatly in the power of cultural diversity where languages are taught to empower and open minds.
Caroline loves going to the gym, she is a long distance runner and has been training Muay Thai boxing for nearly 2 years. Caroline has a vivid passion for Photography and Film making, which will be put in practice while exploring the island.
Master of Arts (with distinction) in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography, University of the Arts London
Graduate Teaching Programme in Modern Foreign Languages (QTS), CILT (London)
Bachelor of Arts in Languages and Film Studies, University Nancy 2, Nancy (France)
Associate’s Degree in Media and Advertising, University Nancy 2, Nancy (France)
Building a connection with her school and local community has always been important to Barbara. Through athletics and community theatre, she has had many opportunities to build strong relationships with her students and neighbours. Barbara is very much looking forward to teaching in the PYP classroom and feels that it is the perfect fit for her.
He believes we can interpret the world through art, and continually works on his own art practice when he can. He also has a passion for genealogy and travelling, and enjoys exploring and documenting.
BA (Hons) Fine Art from Lancaster University (exchange year at Queensland University of Technology)
PGCE (Art and Design) from Bishop Grosseteste University
MDT Assessor in the Educational Psychology Unit and part-time University Lecturer (Teaching Developmental Reading, English Composition 1&2- emphasis on Research Writing) at the University of the Southern Caribbean. She has also taught English at private institutions in Trinidad and Tobago. Nadine strives to create a well-balanced, interactive and informative learning environment that caters to the needs of students operating at every level of the educational spectrum. Wherever she goes, she espouses the unique combination of Theatre in Education/Special Education training with the principles of Educational Psychology to enhance the educational experience of her students.
Master of Educational Psychology, Andrews University, Michigan, USA
She worked as a student aide at Codrington from 2014 to 2016 and then as a Learning Support teacher from 2016. In her free time, Nadia enjoys listening to music, reading, spending time with family and doing volunteer work.
Bachelor of Science (Honors) Economics and Mathematics UWI Cave Hill
Teacher’s Introductory Course Certificate (Erdiston Teachers’ Training College)
Special Needs Certificate (Erdistion Teachers’ Training College)
Post Graduate Diploma in Education (Secondary)
Born and raised in Spain, Beatriz has been teaching Spanish at International Schools in India for the past 6 years. She earned a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and got certified as a Spanish Language Teacher in Salamanca, Spain.
She strongly believes that learning languages opens our minds as we begin to see the world from a different perspective. In her free time, she enjoys travelling, trekking, swimming, and dancing salsa. Beatriz fell in love with the underwater world the first time she dived in Asia and she plans to continue exploring it while in the island.
Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, University of Salamanca
Spanish as a Foreign Language Teacher Certification, Pontifical University of Salamanca
Cambridge International Certification in Teaching and Learning, Cambridge International Examinations
Master’s degree in Applied Linguistic, European Atlantic University (in progress)
Got married and moved to Barbados where I volunteered at the Drakes Christian School for Special Needs. Started working at The Codrington School in 2016 as a Teacher’s Assistant and now I’m working in the Learning Support Department. Will be continuing my studies in Special Education at the Erdiston Teacher’s Training College.
Bachelor of Arts ( Elementary Education, Sign Language and Deaf Ministries) Calvary Baptist Bible College, Puerto Rico,
Masters of Arts (Special Education) Calvary Baptist Bible College, Puerto Rico
Recently Rich has been doing D&T teaching and consultancy outside of the UK, mainly in Portugal. He loves to travel and sees working in Barbados as a great opportunity to teach & learn about what both he and the island have to offer.
In his spare time Rich likes to get on his mountain bike and go explore. He may also be found playing tennis or golf or perhaps putting a little 8 ball in the side pocket.
Music is also of great interest to Rich and he has some ability with a guitar, but think twice before encouraging him!!
Claudia has been working as a teacher and in Leadership positions in Malaysia, Brazil, Costa Rica, the Netherlands and Uruguay. She likes to learn new teaching skills and pursue the dream of enhancing the teaching and learning of Science Education all around the world by applying new technologies and strategies. Claudia is a true believer in the benefits of teamwork, lifelong learning and open-mindedness. She enjoys traveling and wandering around with her husband and dogs in her free time. Claudia was born in Argentina but has been a wanderer lust since an early age. She has taught IBDP Chemistry and MYP Science for over 20 years. She earned a Doctorate of Science in Oceanography in the United Kingdom and is a Senior examiner, author and team leader of the IB. Claudia has been working as a teacher in Leadership positions in Malaysia, Brazil, Costa Rica, the Netherlands and Uruguay. She likes to learn new skills and follow her dream of enhancing the teaching and learning of Science Education. She enjoys traveling and wandering around with her husband and dogs in her free time.
Dr Sc in Oceanography, Canterbury University
IB Cat 2 Chemistry
IB Cat 2 TOK
IB Cat 3 Internal Assessment
IB Leading the Learning
IB Approaches to Teaching and Learning
In her spare time, Beyza loves doing yoga, swimming, scuba diving, and sailing. She is very passionate about learning yoga philosophy in-depth and becoming a yogini one day to teach it to others.
Bachelor of Science (Honors) (Mathematics Education) – Bogazici University, Turkey
Master of Science (Secondary School Mathematics and Science Education) – Bogazici University, Turkey
Carla has been a passionate advocate for the Primary Years Programme since she was first introduced to it because it capitalizes on children’s natural curiosity towards learning and because it focuses on the development of the whole child. Some of her proudest moments in teaching have been watching former students work their way through the various year levels to graduate with the I.B. Diploma. Carla’s hobbies outside school include soccer, tap dancing, listening to music and traveling. She was fortunate to combine two of those passions when she represented the Bahamian National Soccer Team in international tournaments in the Dominican Republic, Bermuda and the U.S.A.
Liz has three children, including a son in the PYP Programme at Codrington, so a lot of her spare time is family focussed. She is loving her time in Barbados, and making the most of the opportunity to be in, on and near the ocean. It’s just a bit more inviting than the North Sea!
personal family assistant. She is most passionate about supporting young people, helping them build confidence whilst maintaining their natural curiosity and wonder.
Diana returned to Barbados to raise her daughter and has worked in Barbados privately as a Psychotherapist.
Diana loves animals and nature. She likes to spend her free time outdoors with her daughter riding horses, sailing or exploring the beautiful gulleys of Barbados. She also loves to read and bake cakes!
BA (Hons) Psychology
MA Dance Movement Psychotherapy
Sabrina is fluent in Spanish, embraces her culture and is passionate about education, student safety and health. She is supportive and nurturing to each of our students. Her philosophy is ‘one should never stop learning – there is so much yet to explore.
Sabrina specialized in Design and Illustration, holding a Graphic Design Degree from the Collage of West Palm Beach in Florida and assists with all of the school’s graphics.
In her free time, she enjoys horse riding, taking her dogs to the beach and having fun with family and friends.
Associate Degree in Arts – Graphic Design
First Aid Certification: First Aid & CPR
She is an avid DIY-er and enjoys roping her husband into helping her with her projects, creating works of art, refinishing furniture and generally making something beautiful out of nothing at all.
Bachelor of Science (with honors) – Management Studies – The University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus
She is also the leader of our Duke of Edinburgh’ Program and on the Award Council and Expedition Panel. Dawn wears many ‘hats’ and is always willing to assist with a smile.