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  • A caring and tranquil environment

    Located in a quiet neighbourhood of South Jakarta, ours is a close-knit and active community

    A caring and tranquil environment

  • A truly international school

    Representing over 30 nationalities, ours is a diverse yet close-knit community

    A truly international school

  • Dedicated, skilled, motivational

    We aim to ensure that your children are taught by the very best teachers and support staff

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  • Individual talents and strengths

    We offer an educational programme which is designed to bring out the very best in your child

    Individual talents and strengths

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Louise Hudson

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Primary Teacher

Louise Hudson has a Teaching Degree from the University of Brighton, England. She will join NAS Jakarta in August 2019 from Mile Oak Primary School, England, where she is a teacher and Early Years and Key Stage One music co-ordinator. Louise has previously worked at the International School of Breda, Netherlands. She is looking forward to working internationally again at the NAS Jakarta and becoming part of the NAE family.


  • BA Education, Culture and Society. Goldsmiths College, University of London, UK
  • Post Graduate Certificate in Primary Education (3-7 years), University of Brighton, UK
  • MA Early Childhood Education, The University of Sheffield, UK



Louise is a committed and passionate educator, who encorporates her interest of music and drama into daily teaching within her classroom to instil a life-long love for learning in young people.  She encourages children to become resilient, aspirational global citizens who think critically about what and how they learn. Louise believes in the unique child and a personalised, holistic approach to education, through which to support children to develop and strengthen skills for life and to have the confidence to find and follow their passions.

Having qualified as a teacher in 2011, Louise spent three years teaching in Maidenbower Infant School, England. This was followed by spending a year in the Netherlands teaching a Year One class in an International School. Louise then returned to the UK to embark on part-time postgraduate study with the aim to further develop her practice and understanding of Early Childhood Education. Alongside her studies, Louise taught in a Reception class for three years at a primary school in Brighton, England.

Louise enjoys singing, acting and playing the guitar. She is an avid film fan of many genres including Disney and musicals.  Louise likes to watch documentaries and read about science and nature. She has a love for adventure and the outdoors and enjoys long walks where she can take the opportunity to take out her camera and capture the world through photography.