The Headteacher is responsible for the direct control and running of the school. General policy is decided by the College Council. Membership of these bodies is laid down in the College’s constitution.



Mr. Stefan Rumistrzewizc is Headteacher at King’s College, The British School of Murcia.


Mr Hugh James is a graduate from the Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester, after studying Estate Management his career diversified into sales and marketing specialising in business to business and corporate sales.  A move to Spain beckoned in 2002 and using his knowledge of Estate Management his experience in sales, and his ability to speak Spanish set about creating Murcia Villas.  A keen sportsman means he is kept busy over the weekends with playing and coaching cricket for La Manga Cricket Club and playing the occasional game of golf.  At present Hugh is training for his 2nd long distance cycle ride from Granada to Seville which will take place Easter 2015.



Mr Agustin Cano Maldonaldo



Mrs Fiona James was educated in the UK and graduated from Oxford Brookes University with BSc Hons in Biology and Anthropology.  After finishing university she worked for a large relocation company in the West End of London.  A sideways move to a PR company in London lead to her finding her niche working for a food marketing company in Exeter, promoting local producers and assisting with projects to “add value” to farm produce.  She founded Murcia Villas SL together with husband Hugh and worked to bring the company from its creation to its current position with seven offices in the region of Murcia and Costa Blanca.



Ms Mª Jesús Millan Menchón is the proud Mum of two young students at King’s College, Murcia. When she was younger, she spent long periods of time in Ireland, England and Italy having a good knowledge of their cultures and speaking both English and Italian. She got her degree in English Studies at the University of Murcia in 1991. During her degree, she was awarded a UE Erasmus scholarship at Ealing College, London; where she took TEFL as one of her courses. In London she also got her Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English. Back in Spain, she gained her PGCE on English Language at the University of Murcia and got her permanent position as a Secondary State School Teacher in 1992. She’s been teaching at different public schools from that moment on. Loving both teaching and languages, she also has two Certificates of the Spanish Official Language School in English and Italian. For two years she also took a postgraduate course in ELE (Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language). Aiming at students to deepen into the different European cultures and learn new languages, she’s been involved in the EU’s Lifelong Learning Programme for so long.  At her current school she’s been the coordinator of a successful Multilateral Comenius Project and is taking part in a new one; she’s also been responsible for the Comenius Individual Pupil Mobility programme.

Mrs Aurora Cerón Ripoll
Mr Eduardo Ruiz
Mrs Araceli Alcaraz Ramón