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Mr. E. Scrivener

Mr. E. Scrivener

Head of Balmoral & P.E. Teacher

Mr. Scrivener graduated from the University of Auckland with a Bachelor of Science Degree and a Graduate Diploma of Teaching. He was Head of Primary P.E. at an International School in Shanghai before joining NAIS.

I am an experienced educator who has taught in New Zealand, England and China, throughout a broad range of age phases. My passion is sport: an area in which have enjoyed many personal successes that have shaped my values around Physical Education.

I am passionate about the crucial role played by Physical Education in developing confidence and nurturing wellbeing in learners. My aim is to forge constructive relationships with my students and foster an ethos of teamwork, good sportsmanship and positive social interaction.

Sport continues to play a pivotal role in my life and outside of school and I play as much as possible in my free time. If I can instill just a fraction of my passion for sport into my students, I know that they will gain a tremendous amount of enjoyment and satisfaction from their participation.