I am currently a senior leader (Assistant Principal) at a high achieving, Ofsted 'outstanding' secondary academy in the UK. I am exploring the possibility of teaching at an international school in Asia. My subject is geography and I have experience teaching KS3-KS5 as well as examining with OCR. My leadership experience includes: DSL, SENCO, co-head of Sixth Form - my preference is strategic responsibility for teaching and learning, inclusion or standards and attainment. I don't have any experience of teaching/leading an International School. What is the likelihood of gaining a leadership position without this experience? Any advice would be greatly appreciated.