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Science and Technology Department

  • Carol Camargo

    Carol Camargo

    Director of Studies and Science Teacher

    Carol Camargo

    After graduating from the University of Queensland with a Science degree majoring in Biochemistry and a Teaching degree, Carol worked in a school in Australia for three years, where she was able to develop the core skills of teaching. She then decided she was ready to move abroad and take on the challenge of learning a new curriculum and schooling system and moved to the UK. There she worked in an inner London school where she started as a secondary Science teacher but, within a few months, took on responsibility first for Key Stage 3 Science and later as Head of Science. In these roles, Carol’s aims were to improve student attainment and to develop a curriculum that engaged the students and motivated them to want to study Science further. Her last role in the UK was as an Assistant Head and in this role she was part of a leadership team that transformed a challenging inner city London school into a nationally recognised outstanding institution. 

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  • Paula Alderson

    Paula Alderson

    Head of Science

    Paula Alderson

    After graduating with a first class BSc (hons) Chemistry degree, Paula was a research scientist firstly with ICI, then DuPont following a company buy out. She was in the polyester intermediates field specialising in Pure Terephthalic Acid. In 2002, she decided to embark on her teaching career and firmly says she has had absolutely no regrets in pursuing teaching as a career. She loves the mental stimulation that she needs for the role and which enables her to help others gain the knowledge they need to aid them on their career journey. She taught all specialities of Science and Maths in the North East of England for many years before moving to teach Chemistry and Biology at the British School in Baku, Azerbaijan. 

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  • Hari Raye

    Hari Raye

    Science Teacher

    Hari Raye

    Mr Raye’s passion for teaching began with tutoring Physics to pre-university students while he was pursuing his Bachelor’s degree. He took on his first international teaching position in a sovereign island country, Maldives, to teach Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) Physics. He then moved to China about eight years ago to capitalise his teaching experience as well as to explore the third largest country in the world. 

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    Sandra Blair

    Teacher of Sports Science

  • Maxine Ryan

    Maxine Ryan

    Teacher of Design and Technology

    Maxine Ryan

    Maxine is originally from Guernsey, Channel Islands, leaving in 1994 to attend University in Bristol. In her six years of study, she completed an Art Foundation, Ceramics Diploma, BA (Hons) in Film and Moving Image and a PGCE in Secondary Design Technology. She initially worked in a Voluntary Aided school and have spent the last 11 years teaching at a high achieving independent school in Wiltshire.

    With an island background, Maxine has always been passionate about seeing the world and experiencing different cultures. Asia has always been a part of the world that she wanted to experience. Having the chance to teach the subject she loves in a new and exciting environment whilst developing as a teacher is an opportunity she is very keen to embrace.

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  • Mark Haskins

    Mark Haskins

    Teacher of Computer Science and ICT

    Mark Haskins

    Mark has been a teacher for over a decade and has worked in the UK, Middle East and the Czech Republic.  During his career, he has taught ICT and Computer Science, along with being a member of SLT and leading on matters of assessment, curriculum, and academic operations.  He is particularly interested in using IT to modernise approaches to education and to provide insights and enhancements to current methodology.

    Having become part of Nord Anglia two years ago, he is very excited about taking up the position of Assistant Head of Secondary in another NAE school.  As well as looking forward to learning about Chinese culture and society, he is also excited about making an impact on the community of NAIS Pudong.

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