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Ms. S. Quinn

Ms. S. Quinn

Head of Upper Kindergarten (Tai Tam) & Upper Kindergarten Class Teacher: A - Penguins

Miss Quinn graduated from the University College Dublin with a degree in Sports Management. She then went on to complete a PGCE in Canterbury Christ Church University in England. Miss Quinn has taught in Primary schools in London and Brazil and then moved to Hong Kong to join Nord Anglia and teach in the Early Years. She enjoys leading the Upper Kindergarten team and creating an open and creative environment for teachers to thrive.

Miss Quinn believes strongly in a play based approach to learning for our Early Years setting. Play should always follow the child's interests and teachers extend learning through interactions with the child through play. Children become independent and confident learners when they take ownership of their own learning. 

Outside of school, Miss Quinn enjoys taking part in lots of different sports activities and she spends lots of time playing with and walking her dog.