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NAIS Drama Teachers

  • Ms. A. Francis

    Ms. A. Francis

    Director of Drama & Performance, Windsor C House Tutor

    Ms. A. Francis

    Ms Francis is an experienced International Drama and Theatre teacher. She taught for five years in the UK and then began her International journey, taking up the Head of Drama role in another NAE school; The British International School in HCMC, Vietnam. She spent 10 years here developing both her teaching craft and her passion for the academic study of Theatre and Drama and has bought this same passion and dedication to NAIS HK where she is currently teaching and developing the current Drama programme as well as introducing the Juilliard Drama curriculum throughout the school.

    She is a passionate advocate of every child having access to a varied and fulfilling Drama curriculum and strives to ensure that all children benefit from the excellent Drama teaching available at NAIS HK. Outside of school she loves watching and directing Theatre and hopes to be able to continue this in Hong Kong.

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  • S. Sweetman

    Ms. S. Sweetman

    Drama Teacher & Sandringham D House Tutor

    Ms. S. Sweetman

    Miss Sweetman graduated from London South Bank University with a First Class BA (Hons) degree in Drama and Performance Studies and was President of the University’s Dance Society. After completing her degree she was inspired to teach whilst working as an SEN and EAL teaching assistant in two inner-city London schools.

    Miss Sweetman completed her PGCE in Performing Arts at Devon Secondary Teacher Training Group before returning to teach in Islington, London. Whilst there she directed and choreographed many  musical productions including Oliver!, We Will Rock You and Grease. She has also worked with Frantic Assembly, Complicite, GECKO, The Barbican, Central School of Speech and Drama, LAMDA and Shakespeare Schools Festival.

    Miss Sweetman is passionate about Physical Theatre and Dance and recently completed training in New York with the Juilliard School of Performing Arts in 2018. As part of the Drama Department she is currently leading the Juilliard Dance Programme and extra-curricular provision for the school.

    Miss Sweetman loves to visit the theatre in her spare time and regularly attends dance classes in Contemporary and Ballet. She is also a member of the Hong Kong Singers and the Hong Kong Women’s Choir.

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  • Ms. G. Brown

    Ms. G. Brown

    Drama Teacher, Head of Windsor

    Ms. 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. Mrs Brown believes intensely in ensuring pupils positive emotional and mental wellbeing and was promoted to the role of Principal Teacher of Pupil Support in 2012. Mrs Brown then moved to the Nord Anglia School in Tashkent, Uzbekistan in 2017 where she was employed as both a Drama Teacher and Key Stage 3 Co-ordinator. Mrs Brown was responsible for the Pastoral Care of all pupils in Key Stage 3, Secondary Transition and PSCHE. Mrs Brown then moved to NAISHK in 2019 where she is currently both a Drama Teacher and the Head of Windsor House. Mrs Brown has created/led various pastoral support programmes during her career including; the Nurture Classroom, Emotional Literacy, Anger Management and Give Us A Break. Mrs Brown is also a fully qualified Nurture Teacher.

    Mrs Brown is passionate regarding Child Protection and is Level 3 Safeguarding trained. She also has completed intensive training focusing on; Child Protection, ASSIST Suicide Prevention and Self-Harming. Mrs Brown thoroughly enjoys being a Drama Teacher and believes that by participating in Drama pupils are being provided with the opportunity to both grown in confidence and develop life skills.

    Mrs Brown enjoys going to the theatre, reading and spending time with her family and friends. I am very excited about beginning my second year in Hong Kong!

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  • C. McKenzie

    Mr C. MacKenzie

    Drama Teacher

    Mr C. MacKenzie

    Mr MacKenzie holds a BA (First Class) degree from Deakin University in Victoria. His PGCE primary teaching qualification from the University of Exeter was awarded with an overall grade of Outstanding. He joined Nord Anglia in 2019 and his specialism is Drama.

    He believes strongly in the well-rounded education of young people, equipping them to work hard but also to enjoy life, and to contribute meaningfully to the world around them. Mr MacKenzie is convinced that the role of parents is critical to the successful education of their children.

    Outside of school, Mr MacKenzie is a football fanatic and has been known to travel long distances to see his favourite teams play. The last big game he attended was De Klassieker (The Classic) in Rotterdam—the great football rivalry between the Dutch teams Ajax and Feyenoord.

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