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  • A Global Family

    We come from over 60 different countries, and leave for some of the best universities around the world.


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    We offer inspiring education designed to nurture your child’s strengths, with one of the broadest post-16 curricula in North America.


  • Outstanding Teaching

    Our exam results are well above the global average, thanks to our inspiring and dedicated teachers.

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Year 2

Meet our Year 2 staff and learn more about their backgrounds, experience and dedication to teaching our Primary students.

  • Rebecca Pyatt

    Rebecca Pyatt

    Head of Year 2

    Rebecca Pyatt

    Having attended school in Leeds, England, I went on to study Psychology as my degree at The University of Leeds. Following my degree, I was offered the opportunity to work as a researcher on a study investigating the effects of breakfast on children's cognition. After this, I completed my primary PGCE at The University of Leeds. I had always aspired to work abroad and my dream came true when I was offered the chance to work in an International School on a small tropical island in the Seychelles. I then moved to Houston and met my partner and we now live together with our small, cheeky rat terrier Chiquito. My hobbies include, traveling, going to the gym and taking Chiquito for walks. 

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  • Paulina Arciniega

    Paulina Arciniega

    Learning Support Assistant

  • Emma Lawrence

    Year 2 Teacher

    Emma Lawrence

    After visiting Thailand several times, in 2014 I made the decision to move to Bangkok where I worked in two international schools, the latter being part of the Nord Anglia Education community of schools. I taught Nursery through KS1 and in those years I was able to really explore early childhood development as well child wellbeing and mental health, my passion in the field of education. I believe the best teachers are life-long learners and I am always looking for ways to grow my skill set and pedagogy. My most recent courses include studying Drama education with Juilliard, developing speech and communication through the use of Makaton and research into Play Based Therapy. I recently became a Global Campus Ambassador and I am looking forward to continuing my work within Nord Anglia, strengthening those connections with our schools around the world.

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  • Emma Moore

    Emma Moore

    Learning Support Assistant

    Emma Moore

    I qualified from the University of Manchester in 1996 with a BSc in Speech Pathology and Therapy. I then worked as a paediatric speech therapist in the Northwest of England in schools and community clinics before moving to New Zealand where I worked for a year. On my return I worked for the NHS in Southampton in a preschool language unit. My husbands job has given us the opportunity to live in several countries, including Belgium, Scotland and the US twice.

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