Assisted Learning, Education, Recently, The Bridge


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Veteran educator Rauri Maarman is set to take over the reins as Principal of The Bridge Assisted Learning School in Lonehill as of November 1 this year.

Maarman has more than 20 years’ of experience as an educator and leader in education and brings with him a wealth of knowledge and a passionate vision for building on the dynamic and supportive learning environment for which The Bridge has become known.

He holds a BEd Honours Degree in School Guidance and Counselling and a BPsych Degree in Psychology, which gives him the academic background required for deep insight into student development. Maarman is also in the process of completing an MBA, which will support his leadership and management of The Bridge Lonehill in years to come.

“We are delighted that we were able to secure Mr Maarman for this very important role and look forward to seeing his contribution to developing this institution to the benefit of students present and future,” says Chris van Niekerk, Managing Director of the Bridge Assisted Learning Schools. 

Maarman has a track record of more than two decades of success in teaching and leadership roles, covering both primary and high school levels, and has demonstrated his prowess at developing and implementing effective policies and strategies and managing staff and their performance. His extensive knowledge of business and financial management related to educational institutions will furthermore be a great asset for The Bridge Assisted Learning School.

The school community eagerly looks forward to this next chapter, confident its new principal will lead it to new levels of excellence and innovation. 

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