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NAIS P.E. Teachers

  • Mr. M. Pate

    Mr. M. Pate

    Director of P.E.

    Mr. M. Pate

    Mr Pate graduated from Edinburgh University with a BEd (Hons) in Physical Education. He also gained a post graduate certificate from Strathclyde University in Management in Education. He has been a Principal Teacher of Guidance and was a Deputy Head teacher at a school in Glasgow. 

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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 in Sport and Exercise Science, receiving recognition for Excellence in Sports Psychology. He was the Head of P.E. in a Sports College on the outskirts of London before joining NAIS. Mr. Reid has taught both GSCE P.E. and BTEC Sports with outstanding results. 

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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 was Head of Primary P.E. at an International School in Shanghai before joining NAIS.

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  • Mr. N. Day

    Mr. N. Day

    P.E. Teacher, Secondary PSCHE Co-ordinator, Caernarfon D House...

    Mr. N. Day

    Mr. Day has been teaching Physical Education since 2005. During this time, he has worked from KS1 through to KS5, in various primary and secondary schools. He has taught both in the UK and internationally, in China and Hong Kong.

    Mr. Day has vast experience in a range of Physical Education courses having taught GCSE, and BTEC courses, and IGCSE PE. He brings to the role a genuine enthusiasm for all sports.

    During my time teaching P.E. I have had the privilege to be part of many winning teams. In the U.K my Futsal team reached the national finals. I had a cricket team qualify for the national rounds and in HK my football team won the championship and became overall winners.

    Aside from participating in sporting competitions, my aim is to help students learn in a fun and innovative ways. New technologies, different strategies, and healthy competition are the foundations of all my lessons. I encourage risk-taskers and nurture ambition in all of my students.

    I have a passion for all sports, but out-of-school I am involved in coaching and playing in an amateur football team in Hong Kong. I also enjoy competing in triathlons and have done so in the U.K and in H.K. I also enjoy hiking, traveling, and skiing holidays.

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  • C. Erskine

    Mr. C. Erskine

    Head of Primary P.E.

    Mr. C. Erskine

    Mr Erskine is coming to Nord Anglia International School Hong Kong after spending 7 years teaching internationally. He is arriving from Kazakhstan having spent 2 years as Head of Department, and before that he was Head of Secondary PE at the largest school in Kuwait. As a graduate from the University of Edinburgh, he has a degree in BEd Physical Education (Hons).

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  • S. Jones

    Ms. S. Jones

    P.E. Teacher

    Ms. S. Jones

    Miss Jones has a BA Hons degree in Physical Education from Edge Hill University.  After qualifying as a teacher in 2011, she completed her NQT year in Bolton then moved to Kuwait.  Whilst working in Kuwait, she was the Head of Primary PE for over 1500 students.  Since 2016, Miss Jones has been working in Almaty, Kazakhstan surrounded by the beautiful snowcapped mountains.

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  • L. Newman

    Ms. L. Newman

    P.E. Teacher

    Ms. L. Newman

    Mrs Newman holds a BA Honours degree in Physical Education from De Monfort University in Bedford. She taught across a range of year groups within the Primary & Secondary sector in Cambridgeshire, focusing on pastoral care as a Head of House for many years before she became Head of the Pupil Referral Unit.

    Mrs Newman began her move into International teaching when she moved to Abu Dhabi to become the founding Head of PE (Early Year – Secondary) at a British International School in the Middle East. Mrs Newman moved to Hong Kong in 2019 with her family, to join Nord Anglia International School. She teaches as a PE Specialist across two campuses, Lam Tin & Sai Kung, teaching children from Nursery all the way up to Secondary and leads on the Julliard Dance Programme within the PE department.

    Mrs Newman is enthusiastic about the possibility of making a difference to children’s life chances. The sense of moving a child on and developing them in many ways, not just academically is beyond compare. She think it is important that school is a place where children feel safe and valued and have a sense of belonging within a community. Mrs Newman would like all of the children at NAISHK to become fully rounded 21st Century learners, that have academic excellence and success at their core, while nurturing the importance of a well-rounded holistic education provided by excellent opportunities in both sports and the arts.

    Mrs Newman & her husband have two sons, Riley who attends our NAIS Sai Kung campus & Caleb who attends our NAIS Lam Tin campus; they are a military family so spend a lot of time away from each other due to her husband’s deployments, so being a mother is something that occupies most of her time outside of school. She enjoys cooking, playing a range of sports and hiking with her family exploring the lively city we all call home.

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  • Ms. K. Wreghitt

    Ms. K. Wreghitt

    P.E. Teacher

    Ms. K. Wreghitt

    Miss Wreghitt has a BSc Joint Honours degree in Geography and Sports Science and Post Graduate degree in Physical Education from Loughborough University. After qualifying as a teacher in 2015 she taught in Wimbledon for two years before moving to teach out in Hong Kong. She was head of Primary PE for two years at her first school in Hong Kong before she came to join the team at NAIS.

    One of my goals is to try and help all children find a sport for life and foster a love of being active, with the hope that it will instill a healthy and active lifestyle in them for the future. I have competed in a number of different individual and team sports, currently competing international in the Sport of CrossFit. As a CrossFit athlete, I believe I promote the importance of a healthy balanced lifestyle alongside educating all children on a healthy body image. I hope my experience as an athlete and teacher can inspire others to challenge themselves physically and mentally.

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