Katrina Cameron, Principal
Katrina Cameron became principal of SIS Rotkreuz-Zug in 2019. Ms Cameron has been working at SIS since January 2013 and joined SIS Rotkreuz-Zug in August 2015. Before joining SIS, Ms Cameron was working in public school in New Zealand.
Ms Cameron was born in New Zealand and has dual citizenship of New Zealand and the Netherlands.
She attended The University of Waikato in Hamilton, New Zealand where she received her Bachelor of Education, Majoring in Primary Education.
Ms Cameron is a dedicated teacher who enjoys supporting students in becoming curious, thinking learners who can make positive contributions to those around them. She is committed to spreading best practice throughout our school to ensure all pupils gain the most positive possible outcomes across all aspects of their learning.
Samuel Windsor, Head of Secondary
Samuel Windsor joined the teaching team at SIS Rotkreuz-Zug in 2019 and began his role as Head of Secondary in August 2021.
He was born in England and attended the University of Chester where he achieved a Bachelor degree in Primary Education, with a special focus on the teaching and resourcing of science investigations in the Primary and Secondary classroom. Before joining SIS, Mr Windsor was teaching in public schools in the UK.
Mr Windsor is a dedicated teacher who strives to create an inclusive environment in which all children can develope according to their needs and learning styles. He is passionate about working with children from all age groups and contributing to their journey through education.
Suzy Letheren, Head of Primary
Suzy Letheren joined the SIS Rotkreuz-Zug team in August 2016 and became Head of Primary in August 2021.
She was born in England and she attended Kingston University where she received her Bachelor of Education majoring in Primary Education with English, Drama and Physical Education.
Prior to teaching at SIS, Mrs Letheren worked extensively in the private and public system in the UK, for over 11 years, before moving to Switzerland in 2010.
Mrs Letheren is a passionate practitioner who believes that education should be fun. Finding opportunities for all pupils, and not just those that she has the privilege of teaching, to shine, achieve and feel valued is incredibly important to her.