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Mr. S. Challenor

Mr. Challenor

Head of Year 4 & 4B Class Teacher

Mr. Challenor found his love of teaching through coaching sport. From there, he decided to enter the classroom working as a Teaching Assistant at an inner London state primary school. He then continued in the same school via the TeachFirst program where he was initially a classroom teacher before progressing to Head of Year 5. He also worked as the International Schools Coordinator, taking on the responsibility of nurturing a global outlook to learning and encouraging an understanding of tolerance, humility and respect throughout the school.

As an avid traveller I am looking forward to exploring all that Hong Kong has to offer. Aside from teaching and travelling, I am a keen sportsman. I love to cycle, run and play cricket, in addition to my real passion, rugby. I historically played often, however injuries have caught up with me and I now focus on coaching, my most recent position being at Wasps Academy. Before teaching I worked as a Special Constable with the Metropolitan Police, yet the moment I entered the classroom I realised there was only one career for me.