British Ambassador

British Ambassador’s Speech at the Wezary Award Ceremony and Opening Ceremony of Baghdad Stirling Girls’ School

Ambassador Mark Bryson Richardson spoke at the ceremony and congratulated Stirling Schools and students for their remarkable achievement at the Ministry exams. He also mentioned how much they care about girls’ education.

He presented gifts to successful students and took photos with them. He cut the ribbon and toured the school with administrators.

The link to his speech is below:

Timothy Fisher – Erbil Club visit

Timothy Fisher, CEO of Stirling Education and Chairman of Coventry City Football Club visited Erbil Franso Hariri Stadium on December 7th 2021.

Our CEO Timothy Fisher met with Mr. Tariq Abdulrahman, the President of Kurdistan Football Association, Dr. Walid Arab, the President of Erbil Sports Club, and Dr. Govand Abdulkhaliq, the member of Iraq Football Federation.

In his visit, he discussed the importance of their academy in the community, and everyone agreed on the value of education and sport. Football is a wonderful way to promote health and wellness messages within the community.

Lastly, they exchanged good wishes for future cooperation and achievements.

Wezary Awards Ceremony 2021

Many congratulations to our students, teachers and families for their exceptional successes in this year’s Ministry (Wezary) Exams. To celebrate their achievements, we were honoured to welcome some important guests to last week’s awards ceremony and the opening ceremony of our new building at Ishik Girls’ School in Al-Mansour – Dawoodi. These included Mr Mahmoud Hussein Al-Qaisi, General Manager of Private and Foreign Education, Mr Adnan Al-Baraa, General Manager of Education of First Karkh, the British Ambassador to Iraq, Mr Mark Bryson Richardson, and the Global CEO of Stirling Education, Mr Timothy Fisher. During the ceremony, the sixth preparatory students were awarded for their excellence and for obtaining the top places in Iraq – a remarkable achievement considering the exceptional circumstances that they went through. Mr Fisher praised the efforts made in terms of the educational and pedagogical levels and the excellent environment for students to improve the educational aspect at Stirling Schools. Very well done to you all.