Mrs. Khalik has a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Aberdeen and a PGDE in Primary teaching from Moray House School of Education, the University of Edinburgh. During the course of her teaching career she has taught English as an additional language, Foundation stage, Year 1 and Year 3 and now specialises in the area of learning support. Mrs. Khalik enjoys extending her teaching experience across the globe and has taught in schools in Scotland, Egypt and China.
I joined the Nord Anglia Education family in 2010 working as a class teacher at The British International School of Beijing and has had several roles of responsibilities, leading subject areas such as PSHE and more recently managing the BSB primary inclusion team and SEN provision across the primary school. I believe learning is a lifelong process and commit personal time to extending my knowledge and practice, I am currently working towards obtaining the national award for SENCO.
I love living in Hong Kong along with my son and husband. I enjoy learning languages and am bilingual in English and Arabic with beginner’s Mandarin. In my free time, I practice yoga and pursue my passion for travel by exploring Asia.