I'm delighted to welcome you to our school. Our vision at all Nord Anglia Education schools is that every child should aim to excel and be ambitious. It is an aspiration that applies equally to all my staff, both teaching and administrative. I feel strongly that the people who teach and care for your children should be strong role models and mentors to them.
My teaching staff and I are committed to educating the whole child and, in partnership with you, creating confident, happy individuals who have well established values and who make a positive, effective contribution to society, showing respect for others and their environment.
We welcomed pupils to Years 1 to 7 in September 2014 and our Secondary School will continue to grow with Year 10 gradually phased in from August 2017.
Our pupils will benefit from the academic excellence and rigour of the English National Curriculum, which we adapt to the needs of our international student body. Our teaching philosophy inspires academic success and develops socially and intellectually confident children. As part of our 43 premium international schools around the world, we will also become an integral part of Nord Anglia Education's exciting Global Campus network.
I look forward to getting to know you, and your child, and to welcoming you to Nord Anglia International School, Hong Kong.
Brian joined Nord Anglia Education in January 2014 from Edron Academy, the leading British International School in Mexico. Prior to joining Edron, he led Stonelaw High School in the UK, where he built a culture of academic excellence at the school as well as creating a strong sense of community pride amongst his students and teaching staff.
As a former president of the Head Teachers’ Association of Scotland and the inaugural president of School Leaders Scotland, Brian has had extensive involvement in educational developments at all levels. Internationally, he was a council member for the International Confederation of Principals and has been an active participant at the Latin American Heads’ Conferences and International Baccalaureate conferences. He has also taken a leading role in a range of teacher training and mentoring programmes at a local and international level.