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NAIS Pastoral Team

Meet our Pastoral Team, pastoral care lies at the heart of Nord Anglia International School and is embedded in everything we do.

  • Mr. Sheehan

    Mr. D. Sheehan

    Director of Pastoral Care and Wellbeing, Regional Safeguarding...

    Mr. D. Sheehan

    Member of the Association of Child Protection Professionals

    National Association of Designated Safeguarding Leads (Founding Member) – Regional Coordinator

    Member of British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy

    David is both an Educator and Counsellor. Having followed a path from Property and Estate Management (BCU) as an undergraduate to Teaching as a Postgraduate (UEA), Inclusion and Learner Support (Dundee) as a postgraduate, Psychology (HKU) as a postgraduate and Monash University with his Counselling Masters. He has also been awarded his UK National Professional Qualification for Headship. But what makes David perfect for the position of our Director of Pastoral Care and Wellbeing? The answer is his genuine interest in the Wellbeing of our school community. 

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  • Mrs. C. Procter

    Mrs. C. Procter

    Pastoral Lead & Art Teacher

    Mrs. C. Procter

    Mrs. Procter is a proud member of both the Art and Design team, as well as the Pastoral Leadership team here at NAIS, Hong Kong.Mrs. Procter holds a BA (Hons) in Textile Design from University College Falmouth and a PGCE in Education from Manchester Metropolitan University. She is currently completing a Masters in International Education, with King’s College London. 

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  • Mrs. G. Brown

    Mrs. G. Brown

    Drama Teacher, Head of Windsor

    Mrs. G. Brown

    Mrs Brown trained at the University of Strathclyde where she completed an Honours Degree in Community Arts . She then completed her PGCE in Secondary Drama Education. Mrs Brown taught in Scotland for 10 years before moving to teach internationally. She taught across a range of year groups including Key Stage 3, National and Higher.

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  • Mr. D. Reid

    Mr. D. Reid

    P.E. Teacher, Head of Sandringham

    Mr. D. Reid

    Mr. Reid graduated from Canterbury Christchurch University with a BSc honours in Sport and Exercise Science, receiving recognition for Excellence in Sports Psychology. He previously taught PE across a broad range of year groups in both primary and secondary and was Head of Department in a highly successful Sports College. Having led an outstanding department and being crowned national champions in athletics, Mr. Reid set his sights further afield, moving to Hong Kong in 2014 as one of the founding members of staff for Nord Anglia International School. Mr Reid divides his time as a key member of the PE team and works across the whole school in middle leadership as a Head of House for the Pastoral department.

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  • Mr. P. Kilgallon

    Mr. P. Kilgallon

    French / Spanish Teacher, Head of Caernarfon

    Mr. P. Kilgallon

    Mr. Kilgallon has been teaching for 13 years in Spain, the UK, Thailand and Hong Kong. He has been with Nord Anglia Education for 7 years. He has been a Head of Year, Acting Head of Department and is currently a Head of House. He has taught students from all over the world from Year 3 to Year 13 and has taught A Levels, GCSEs, IB and IGCSEs in Spanish. He received his degree in Spanish and Music from the University of Liverpool and his Modern Foreign Languages PGCE from John Moore’s University. He has a Masters degree in Leadership from Chester University.

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  • Mr. E. Scrivener

    Mr. E. Scrivener

    P.E. Teacher, Head of Balmoral

    Mr. E. Scrivener

    Mr. Scrivener graduated from the University of Auckland with a Bachelor of Science Degree and a Graduate Diploma of Teaching. He taught in New Zealand, England and Shanghai before moving to Hong Kong to join Nord Anglia International School in 2017. Mr. Scrivener is also the Head of Balmoral House. 

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  • Mrs. S. Reid

    Mrs. S. Reid

    Mathematics Teacher, Transition Co-ordinator

    Mrs. S. Reid

    Mrs. Reid began her teaching career in 2005 and she was teaching secondary mathematics at an academy in South-east England. During her time at this school she has mentored trainee teachers and she was Head of Statistics. She has taught Key Stage Three and Four, and has been a GCSE Mathematics examiner for the Edexcel examination board since 2007. 

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