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EMERGENCY NOTICE
  • We are a Truly International School

    With 40+ nationalities represented at our school we are rich in cultural diversity

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Ms. C. Kilbourne

C. Kibourne

4E Class Teacher

Claire graduated from Nottingham Trent University with a BA (Hons) Primary Education, and she has spent the majority of the last eight years teaching in Nottinghamshire schools across Key Stage 2. In the role of PE Co-ordinator, I have enjoyed providing children with opportunities to participate in competitive sport and promoting a love of physical activity and healthy lifestyles. I’ve had great fun coaching the netball team.

In my spare time, I love to travel, meet new people and enjoy outdoor activities such as running, hiking and snorkelling. I believe it’s important for us to understand our role as global citizens and to care for our environment, and these values underpin my teaching. I have recently started volunteering as an ESOL tutor at the Refugee Forum in Nottingham, which has given me further experience of supporting learners with EAL. I’m really excited to combine my passion for teaching and travelling by making the move to Hong Kong.