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One of our main strengths is a highly experienced governing body, a team in which each member contributes key elements. It is a team based on trust, values and continual motivation, which, added to their knowledge and professional experience, successfully achieve the school's goals.

Directors of Colegio Peruano Británico

The management team aims to provide our pupils with the best education, as well as answering parents' concerns and aspirations regarding their children's education.

Nicholas Hiscocks,Headmaster, British, obtained his teaching degree for Primary and Secondary levels at the School of Education of the University of Sussex. He also achieved a master’s degree in Education Major in English, through the Ministry of Education, Madrid, Spain.

Mr. Hiscocks has broad international experience in teaching.  He taught for 20 years at the Colegio San Cayetano in Palma de Mallorca, where he was Head of English and Social Studies, and responsible for the University Orientation Course. He also taught at the Madre Alberta Jiminez University in Palma de Mallorca, Spain. 

He joined Colegio Peruano Britanico in 2008 and has held the positions of Head of the English Department and Coordinator for the International Baccalaureate Programme.

Colegio Peruano Britanico is an Anglo-Peruvian bilingual education institute and its Headmaster or principal is a native English speaker. The headmaster’s general responsibility is to direct the academic focus of the School, to hire foreign teachers, maintain relationships with the British community in Peru and international education institutions, and to oversee the organization of the International Baccalaureate



Augusto Gonzales Torres, Director, organizes the Peruvian academic programme and integration of educational projects. He is responsible for the School's relationship with the Peruvian education Authorities. He is a former teacher, of the schools Santa María (Maryknoll Brothers), the Liceo Naval in San Borja, both in Lima, and Colegio Prescott in Arequipa.

He studied Teaching in Secondary Education at the Instituto Pedagógico Nacional (1969) and obtained his Bachelor's degree at San Marcos University, and a Master's degree at the Universidad de San Martín de Porres (1997, 2002).

He completed his PhD at the Universidad de San Martín de Porres in 2008, and undertook graduate studies at the Universidad de Lima (1981), Escuela Superior de Administración de Negocios (ESAN) (1988), Universidad de Champagnat (1995), the Universidad Católica (2007) and Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola (2008).



Patricia LLontop Loyola, Deputy Principal, Peruvian, studied Secondary Education Major in History and Geography (1988) at the National Teaching Institute of Monterrico.  She has a Professional Titile at the Women’s University of the Sacred Heart (1995), and has concluded her studies for a Master’s Degree Major in Family Educational Assessment (2008) at the Teacher’s Training School. She has also pursued graduate studies at the University of Piura (2010), and in 2014, she concluded her master’s degree studies in Teaching Management at the Women’s University of the Sacred Heart, obtaining the second position in her graduating class.

Continuous training guarantees that our teachers will be at the forefront in the latest trends and technologies in education.  Our teaching staff take training courses on a permanent basis on the key areas of education, such as planning and development of curricula, as well as on modern methods of teaching and learning.




Teaching Advisor

Graham Crebbin,Bachelor of Arts, University of Kent, Canterbury, United Kingdom.  He was awarded a Bachelor of Arts degree in History from the School of European Studies at the University of Kent at Canterbury and his Postgraduate Certificate in Education from the University of Nottingham.  He has a wide range of international educational experience, having taught at Buile Hill High School in Manchester, England, the Lycée Paul Sabatier in Carcassonne, France, the British International School of Istanbul, St. Paul’s School, Sao Paulo and St. Hilda’s College, Buenos Aires.


  Ms. Alwyn Robinson (MBE)

Av. Vía Láctea 445, Monterrico - Santiago de Surco - Phone.: (511) 436-0151 - Email: postmast@britishschool.edu.pe