Nord Anglia International School Shanghai, Pudong
A Nord Anglia Education School
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Inspiring and Passionate
Our Teachers are all well qualified and highly experienced in what they do, they tend to stay with us for years too
Making Student Leadership Count
We give students the opportunities they need to lead
Taking Learning Beyond the Classroom
"There is more in you than you think"
We are Truly International
With 60 nationalities represented at our school we are rich in cultural diversity
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Students at our school are caring, respectful and understand what it takes to succeed.
Year 1 Teacher and Year Leader
Sofie has a BA Honours degree in English Literature and Education Studies at the University of Central Lancashire, Preston. Before moving to Shanghai Sofie was a community sports coach providing sports activities for children in disadvantaged areas of Manchester. Subsequent to this she was a Supervisor for a Child Care company, Pathfinders for three years. This area of work was challenging but highly rewarding, and the experience gained motivated Sofie to complete her PGCE in 2009 and take a route into teaching.
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Year 1 Class Teacher
Adam holds a BA in English from the University of Exeter and a PGCE from the University of Cambridge. Whilst Adam specialises in Early Years teaching, he is also qualified to teach across the Primary age range. Before coming to Shanghai Adam taught for three years in the United Kingdom and prior to that taught for a year in Hong Kong in a Kindergarten. Adam has been teaching at NAIS Pudong for one year now and has thoroughly enjoyed the experience!
Year 1 Teacher
Melanie began her teaching career in 2006 as an Early Years teacher. She then worked for 5 years in Key Stage One where she took responsibility for developing the outdoor learning environment. Melanie then returned to Early Years as the Year Leader. She has specialised in Literacy and is now currently leading that subject throughout Early Years and Key Stage One. Melanie has a key interest in the engagement of children in this subject and has recently spent time visiting London’s Institute of Education speaking to key leaders from around the world. She now wants to expand her experiences and begin a new journey teaching abroad.
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