Teachers and staff
Deutsche Schule Erbil
Our staff comprises 22 teachers and about 25 administrative / support staff. We have a number of teachers from Germany, some of them from the German school system contracted by the Central Agency for German Schools Abroad to teach at our school for a number of years. In addition, Kurdish teachers cover a number of subjects, especially the Kurdish subjects religion, social studies, and the languages Kurdish and Arabic.
The employee representative committee represents all staff. The committee meets regularly with the principal.
In the following we would like to introduce some of our staff to you:
Ms. Adieba has been with the school since the beginning in 2010. Her subjects are Kurdish, Arabic, religion and social studies.
Mr. Wria is a sports teachers and started working at the German school in 2011. He is also part of our afterschool program staff.
Ms. Noor studied biology and pharamcy in Kurdistan and Germany and completed a certificate for teachers of German as a foreign language with the Goethe Institut. Since 2022 Ms. Noor has worked as a science and German as a foreign language teacher at our school.
Ms. Wicklein has been a teacher at DSE since 2019. Her subjects are music, German, German as a foreign language, and Theory of Knowledge (TOK). She is also responsible for the Creativity/Activity/Service (CAS) program in our IB diploma program.
Mr. Schulte has been a teacher with our school between 2017-2019 and again since 2021. His subjects are biology, history, geography, and computer sciences.
Ms. Bafrin is part of our cleaning staff. She has been with the school since 2013 and helps make sure that our students can learn in a safe and clean environment.
German native Ms. Maloud has been with the school since its beginning in 2010. She is responsible for our school cafeteria.
As our school nurse, Ms. Dasstan takes care of all the small and big problems that come up during the school day. Ms. Dasstan graduated from our school before she completed her medical training in Germany.