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  • The world awaits

    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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  • Building their future

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

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  • A lifetime of learning

    Our skilled and experienced teachers are dedicated to helping your child achieve more than they thought poissible

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  • Join our growing family

    At the heart of our school, there's a safe and welcoming community built by students, parents and teachers.

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  • Every Day is memorable

    Everytime you drop your child off at school, these's something new and exciting instore

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  • Come and visit us

    Your child is poised to make their mark on the world. Come and visit to us so we can show you how we will support them

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Lower School

  • Gemma McIntosh

    Head of Lower School

    Gemma McIntosh

    I graduated with First Class Honours in Primary Education in 2004 from the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow. I taught in Scotland for four years before starting my international teaching experience in The British School of Chicago, one of our Nord Anglia sister schools. There, I taught Early Years and had the additional responsibilities of Literacy Co-ordinator and Modern Foreign Languages Co-ordinator. I also spent two years in the Canary Islands teaching in a British International School where I gained invaluable experience teaching children with English as an additional language. I have always loved New York as a city and was delighted to take up post at Nord Anglia International School, New York, at the beginning of 2014. Since joining the school I have taught in Early Years however, this academic year, I currently teach Year Two with the additional responsibility of Key Stage Leader. 

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  • Sarah Halsall

    2s Teacher

  • Louise Brown

    Louise Brown

    Nursery Teacher

    Louise Brown

    I am a graduate of the University of Leicester with a Bachelor of Science Honors Degree in Education with a Biology subject specialism. I have taught pupils from the age of 2-12 years at a number of primary schools throughout Birmingham, UK, where I have had additional responsibilities of Early Years Leader, Year 1 Phase Leader and Outdoor Learning Co-ordinator.

    I am particularly enthusiastic and passionate about Early Years teaching, science and technology. As a teacher I am 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. I believe, it is important to adopt 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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  • Liam

    Liam Strachan

    Reception Teacher, IT Lead & Additional Support Needs Lead

    Liam Strachan

    I was born in Scotland and I am a graduate of the University of Aberdeen, with a Bachelor of Education Honors Degree. I have experience in teaching all stages and curricular areas in schools throughout Scotland. I have a keen interest in using technology to enhance learning and teaching opportunities. Recently, I carried out research into the Philosophy for Children approach to learning and I incorporate this daily within my teaching practice as a tool to encourage critical thinking and enquiry, in the context of a caring and collaborative community.

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  • Gabrielle Wright

    Gabrielle Wright

    Year 1 Teacher

    Gabrielle Wright

    I grew up in North West London and, after completing my PGCE, spent 5 years teaching in a state school in North London.  From an early age I appreciated and understood the work of a teacher, several members of my family are educators and teachers, and this environment gave me a wonderful insight into the teaching world, and showed me how rewarding it can be as a career.  My 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.

    During my gap year I spent 3 months in New York and I have wanted to return to live ever since.  The opportunity to work at NAISNY was sudden and unexpected, but it is incredibly exciting to be working at such a creative and innovative school where learning is so personalised for the child, and there is such freedom to follow the interests of the children in my class.

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  • Molly Moffat

    Molly Moffat

    Year 2 Teacher & Juilliard Dance Lead

    Molly Moffat

    My name is Molly Moffat and I have a passion for teaching Key Stage 1 students. I began my journey to becoming a teacher at a small, private college in Minnesota, St. Olaf College. There I studied for a bachelor’s degree in Dance with a minor in Environmental Studies. From there I made a big move overseas to study for a master’s degree in English Literature at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland. During that time, I volunteered at many local schools as a teaching assistant and a soccer coach. That’s when I made the decision to study for my Post Graduate Certificate of Education at Exeter University. I then went on to teach at Hillyfield Primary Academy in London, teaching in Year 1 and Year 2. During my time at that school, I 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. I also started a cheerleading program, the school’s first, and started directing school plays.

    I joined the British International School of Charlotte in 2013 as a Year 1 and 2 class teacher and have come to love working for the Nord Anglia family. During my time in Charlotte, I attended training at MIT help develop STEAM learning throughout the school. I really love the STEAM approach to learning and how it links subjects like Science, Art and Technology to provide cross-curricular learning experiences that are creative, engaging and memorable. I also attended training at The Juilliard School in preparation for developing and implementing the Juilliard curriculum for Dance at the Nord Anglia International School in New York. I also love all things theatrical, and have enjoyed developing and directing school plays for the younger-aged children at my school, with the Gruffalo Play being my absolute favorite!

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  • Nicola Chalesworth

    Nicola Charlesworth

    Deputy Head & Year 4 Teacher

    Nicola Charlesworth

    Nikki has 11 years teaching experience and has worked at several very different schools in the UK. She attended the University of Birmingham, where she attained a BA Hons degree in History followed by a PGCE in Primary teaching. She began her teaching career in the challenging city school in Birmingham, teaching year 2 and then year 6. Qualifying as an advanced skills teacher, she has since taught across the primary age group and spent the last five years as teaching deputy head teacher of a school in Brentwood, Essex. She is passionate about developing high quality teaching and learning and delivering the curriculum in exciting and engaging ways. She enjoys music and sports and is a particularly avid fan of the New York Jets!

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  • Celina

    Celina De Leon

    Learning Assistant

    Celina De Leon

    I began my educational career first, as a Teacher’s Assistant with Pre-school age children (Ages 2 ½ to 4 years old) for a Catholic School while pursuing a Bachelors Degree. I worked in this position for five years. Once I received my Bachelors in Science Degree, I was promoted to Primary grade teacher. I worked in this capacity for 8 years and I look forward to continued growth in experience within the educational field whilst here at Nord Anglia International School, New York.

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