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Early Years Team

Meet our dedicated Early Years teachers, who care for our youngest Foundation 1 and 2 students.

  • Ana Isabel Alcalá Molina

    Ana Isabel Alcalá Molina

    Foundation 1 Teacher

    Ana Isabel Alcalá Molina

    Ana Isabel was born and lived in Spain until she graduated from University as a Teacher in Early Childhood Education.

    After moving to the Netherlands more than five years ago, Ana has been working continually with children, mostly at another international school in The Hague.

    Despite not having her family in the Netherlands, Ana has created her own with great friends. With them, Ana shares great hobbies such as Scuba Diving and Rock Climbing. Ana defines herself as a person 'who is always on the go'. She is currently learning to play piano and plans to study a Master's Degree in International Education.

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  • Douglas McNeill

    Douglas McNeill

    Foundation 2 Teacher

    Douglas McNeill

    Dougie was born and raised in the bustling city of Glasgow in Scotland. Having studied Psychology at university with a particular focus in Child Development, he followed his family’s footsteps into Education. After working as a teacher in Scotland and volunteering across Europe, he moved to Chicago in the US to work in International Education for 9 years. Having completed a second masters in International Education and led in International Early Years Curriculum, Dougie has a particular interest in nurturing emotional regulation in students and utilising play as a means to learn.

    Dougie believes that Early Years education is a magical place, where young minds can be captured through imagination and where solid foundations can be built for successful and confident young learners. Dougie is excited to join the NAISR community and to explore life in the Netherlands.

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  • Helen Carroll

    Helen Carroll

    Foundation 1 Educational Assistant

    Helen Carroll

    Originally from Dublin, Ireland Helen is now in her tenth year as a educational assistant with the three year old programme (F1) at NAISR.

    Following second level education she had a career in banking for many years, followed by a position in a residential and care facility in Ireland. During this time Helen developed an interest in child welfare and education which led to a qualification in childcare.

    Helen has a love of working with children, especially enriching young minds through play and mindful experiences. She enjoys watching the students grow and reach milestones.

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  • Dorota Ravenhorst

    Dorota Ravenhorst

    Foundation 2 Educational Assistant

    Dorota Ravenhorst

    Dorota is originally from Poland. She graduated from the Silesian University in Katowice with a Master degree in Political Science. Since graduating, she worked in several advertising agencies and through this experience she has gained a strong set of communication skills.

    She found her true passion for teaching and working with young children when she joined NAISR in 2011. Three years later she completed a post graduate study in pedagogical preparation. Dorota loves to support children in their educational development. Every day she enjoys being a part of an environment where our youngest students can explore, learn, play, enquire and, most importantly, have fun!

    She is interested in the idea of Non-violent Communication (NVC) by Marshall Rosenberg which helps her to better understand and respect the needs of children. Her two sons are happy members of NAISR.

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  • Cathlene Taal

    Cathlene Taal

    Educational Assistant & Substitute Teacher