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    Our school prides itself on providing a truly international education which will prepare your child for their future

  • A love of learning

    Our curriculum is designed to give children the tools to learn, and the curiosity to go further

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    Our students are confident, creative and compassionate, and ready to pursue a world of opportunities

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Lower School

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    Kari Boazman

    Assistant Head Teacher / Year 4 Teacher / UNICEF Lead

    Kari Boazman

    With a background in education, special education, and leadership, Ms Boazman has taught everything from Early Years to University, along with everything in between. She has been involved with educational institutions for over 30 years and loves being in the classroom, writing curriculum, and developing leaders of all ages.

    Ms Boazman has been a part of the Nord Anglia Education family for over 5 years, working both at the British International School of Budapest and the British International School of Houston. Ms Boazman has worked in Harare, Zimbabwe, Budapest, Hungary, Tortola in the British Virgin Islands, and in the United States.  She is a life-long learner, an inquirer, an avid reader, a risk-taker, a passionate international educator, and an amateur photographer. Ms Boazman loves to be active in the outdoors, exploring new places, and spending time with her family, including her dog and cat. She really looking forward to joining NAISNY and becoming a part of our community of learners.

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    Liam Strachan

    Head of Early Years, IT Lead and Nursery Teacher

    Liam Strachan

    Liam was born in Scotland and graduated from the University of Aberdeen with a Bachelor of Education Honors Degree. Liam has experience in teaching all stages and curricular areas in schools throughout Scotland. He has a keen interest in using technology to enhance learning and teaching opportunities. Liam has previously carried out research into the Philosophy for Children approach to learning and he incorporates this daily within his teaching practice as a tool to encourage critical thinking and enquiry, in the context of a caring and collaborative community.

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    Matt Payne

    Head of Lower School and Year 1 Teacher

    Matt Payne

    Matt grew up in a small countryside town in England and had always wanted to pursue a career in education. Matt’s journey on this path began at The University of Plymouth, where he was successful in completing a Bachelor of Education degree in Primary Education. From there, Matt took on his first teaching role; working in a multi-cultural school in the centre of Bournemouth. During his time there, Matt developed teaching skills to ensure he always provided a positive learning environment and an engaging education for a diverse cohort of children.

     

    After completing training with The University of Winchester in Middle Leadership in Education, Matt became a Key Stage 1 Phase Leader, finding strengths in leadership and the new aspects of his role.

     

    Matt’s knowledge and expertise in the field has also taken him outside of the UK. Matt was able to teach in Denmark at a Danish primary school. There, he found a passion for travelling and went on to travel extensively around Europe, Africa, Asia, the Caribbean and the United States. He acquired life-changing experiences along the way and felt inspired to continue his journey, aspiring to one day teach in a foreign setting.

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    Matt fell in love with New York on his first visit and has visited many times since. He cannot wait to start his new role at Nord Anglia and is looking forward to the learning, experiences and challenges that lay ahead.

     

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  • Molly Moffat

    Molly Moffat

    Year 2 Teacher and Juilliard Dance Lead

    Molly Moffat

    Molly began her journey to becoming a teacher at a small, private college in Minnesota, St. Olaf College. There she studied for a bachelor’s degree in Dance with a minor in Environmental Studies. From there she made a big move overseas to study for a Masters in English Literature at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland. During that time, Molly volunteered at many local schools as a teaching assistant and a soccer coach.

     

    Molly then pursued a  Postgraduate Certificate in Education at Exeter University. going on to teach at Hillyfield Primary Academy in London, teaching in Year 1 and Year 2. During her time at that school, Molly completed an Outstanding teacher training course, was the leader for Special Educational Needs learning in Year 1 and was a coach in the Improving Teacher program. She also started a cheerleading program, the school’s first, and started directing school plays.

     

    Molly joined the British International School of Charlotte in 2013 as a Year 1 and 2 class teacher. During her time in Charlotte, Molly attended training at MIT help develop STEAM learning throughout the school. Molly attends training at The Juilliard School to help develop and implement the Juilliard curriculum for dance at the Nord Anglia International School in New York. Molly loves all things theatrical, and has enjoyed developing and directing school plays in the past, with 'The Gruffalo' being her absolute favorite!

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  • Louise Brown

    Louise Brown

    Year 3 Teacher

    Louise Brown

    Louise is a graduate of the University of Leicester with a Bachelor of Science Honors Degree in Education with a Biology subject specialism. Louise has taught students from the age of 2-12 years at a number of primary schools throughout Birmingham, UK, where she had additional responsibilities of Early Years Leader, Year 1 Phase Leader and Outdoor Learning Coordinator.

    Louise is particularly enthusiastic and passionate about Early Years teaching, science and technology. As a teacher she is keen to discover the needs and passions of each individual child to make learning as enjoyable and creative as possible to engage and fuel their passion for learning. All pupils are unique and develop at different rates and have individual strengths and talents. Louise believes in a child-centered approach to learning, which is based on each pupil’s interests so they can prosper and achieve their best.

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  • Gabrielle Wright

    Gabrielle Wright

    Reception Teacher

    Gabrielle Wright

    Gabby grew up in North West London and, after completing her PGCE, spent 5 years teaching in a state school in North London.  From an early age, Gabby appreciated and understood the work of a teacher.  Several members of her family are educators and teachers, and this environment gave her a wonderful insight into the teaching world; showing how rewarding it can be as a career.  Gabby's work in Tottenham was highly rewarding, working with children with Special Educational Needs, children who were new to English and were from a variety of backgrounds.

     

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    Maud Ruscitto

    2s Butterflies Teacher

    Maud Ruscitto

    Maud was born and educated in France. She was then given the opportunity to pursue her career in New York, although motherhood led to her new passion of teaching young children. While watching her two sons flourish during their early years’ education, she knew that teaching younger children was her calling! Maud first joined their Parochial School (St. Brigid School) in 2007 as a learning assistant, and was soon promoted to Lead Pre-K3 Teacher. Maud is passionate about teaching, loves educating young minds and finds it extremely rewarding to be part of her students' discoveries and successes. 

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  • Marta Rodriguez

    Marta Rodriguez

    Caterpillar Class Teacher

    Marta Rodriguez

    Marta is very proud to be the Caterpillar teacher here at Nord Anglia International School New York, where she has worked since 2014. Marta also supervises the school’s Extended Day Provision, a service that the school offers to all families to look after children after school until 6pm each evening. 

    Marta has worked with young children for the past 25 years and has a wealth of experience of working in the early years. Marta enjoys working with very young children as every day is different, with different challenges that allow her to be creative and pursue her passion to help children develop new skills and understanding. Marta has also worked extensively with children with special educational needs as well as children in mainstream early years settings. 

    Marta has two sons, Tristan and Jeremy,  but still ensures she finds time to develop her own professional practice. Marta recently completed a Paediatric First Aid Certificate and the British School Overseas Inspection Level 1 qualification, as part of her commitment to lifelong learning and improving the quality of her teaching and learning in the classroom.

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