Teacher profile


BIF teachers respect the dignity and rights of individuals, communities and society. They show compassion to others. They identify the challenges and issues their students are experiencing in life and school promptly. They establish meaningful relationships with their students.


BIF teachers have a deep commitment to the teaching profession. They treat all students with fairness and act accordingly irrespective of their gender, age, race, ethnicity, belief, socio-economic status as well as their individual and learning needs. They uphold and promote the principles of academic integrity and put every effort into maintaining them.

Striving for excellence

BIF teachers always nurture their curiosity and seek ways to maintain intrinsic motivation to care for their mental health. They are in constant search of new strategies, determined to experiment and practise what they have learned. They are resilient in the face of challenges and change.


BIF teachers share their teaching expertise both within and outside the school. They realise the importance of parental involvement in learning and, therefore, engage in close collaboration with the parent community.


BIF teachers love their country and are committed to serving the state. They practise responsible citizenship.


BIF teachers always seek ways to serve as ethical role models and passionate motivators for their students. They take responsibility for their professional growth and contribution to school improvement.

Teacher rotation system

Due to schools’ being located in all over the country, the employee transfer system is practised across the school group. This means that school leadership and faculty members could be shifted both horizontally (same position in a different organisation) and vertically (promotion) within the schools network.

Primary reasons for this practice are as follows:

  • To ensure consistency in school operation;
  • To build a corporate culture of the fund;
  • To motivate staff members;
  • To prevent professional burnout;
  • To mitigate corruption risks within school management;
  • To promote career growth.

Continuing professional development for staff

With the concept of ‘lifelong learning’ in mind, we encourage our leadership teams and faculty members to engage in professional development related to their needs and those of the school. We have developed sequential training programmes for school leaders and faculty members aimed at developing skills needed for working with students

They also take part in annual workshops and conferences delivered by leading experts in education. Instructional and leadership coaching and mentoring plays a pivotal role in professional development provision. Whilst implementing our continuous professional development policy, we draw both our internal and external human resources as well as actively collaborate with the national ministry of education.