Lynsey Seeley

Lynsey Seeley

Vice Principal

Lynsey joins GEMS Metropole School – Al Waha at a very exciting time of growth, witnessing a commitment and passion within the institution towards its journey to success. She is committed to becoming an integral part of this journey and supporting students, staff, and families to achieve high standards and success. Proud of her Scottish heritage, Lensey's educational journey started with the attainment of a Bachelor of Education Degree from the University of Edinburgh.

Her teaching and leadership career initiated on the East Coast of Scotland prior to relocating to the UAE in 2014. She will be accompanied by her two boys, who eagerly anticipate attending the same school as their mother. As a family, they enjoy participating in various sports and activities. Lensey's leadership qualities have flourished through diverse roles, including Head of Secondary, Vice Principal, Principal, Education Officer, and Global Curriculum Developer, providing her with invaluable experience across the education sector. She places high value on adult learning and has effectively guided numerous leaders through various certificated qualifications.

Embracing a holistic approach to student development, Lensey firmly believes that learning and growth extend beyond academics, aligning fully with the school’s vision of “Nurturing Leadership”. She eagerly anticipates being an active contributor to a school environment that fosters growth, learning, and leadership among all members of its community.


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  • Primary Curriculum

    GEMS Metropole School teachers plan challenging, well-organised, interesting lessons with good pace, and incorporate a range of teaching and Assessment for Learning pedagogies. There are regular opportunities for leadership, decision-making and problem solving and pupils are encouraged to take an active role in the learning opportunities they encounter.

  • Foundation Stage

    At GEMS Metropole we provide children with tailored learning experiences that are appropriate to individual children needs and interest, while underpinning their future learning. Through planned, purposeful play, our children are able to discover, practise and refine their skills in literacy and mathematics, as well as find out about themselves and their environment.