Sorry but this form will not work without cookies enabled. Please adjust your browser settings to enable cookies to continue. For more information on how to do this please see ourPersonal Information Collection Statement.

EMERGENCY NOTICE
  • 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

    child reading book

  • Building their future

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

    Students playing

  • A lifetime of learning

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

    Young Teacher_EYFS

  • Join our growing family

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

    Two Safari Kids Nursery

  • Every Day is memorable

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

    children playing art

  • 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

    Playground picture

Upper School

  • Katherine Clare

    Katherine Clare

    Assistant Headteacher, Head of Upper School and MIT Lead

    Katherine Clare

    I graduated from the University of Derby in 2004 with a Batchelor of Education in Primary teaching and have ten years of successful and dynamic classroom teaching across a range of ages and abilities.  After leaving university, I taught at a lovely school in Watford for nine years where I was able to develop as an educator and build great relationships with the pupils and families attending the school.  As I developed my skills as a teacher I was given more responsibility and was asked to become part of the Senior Leadership Team.  After completing a masters level course to become a maths specialist teacher, and as an outstanding practitioner,  I was asked to work part time as a seconded maths teaching and learning advisor for the Local Education Authority. My most recent post was in a private school in Buckinghamshire, which was a fantastic experience in an incredible school.

    I truly love my job.  I am excited to join Nord Anglia Education as I want to be part of an education system which is completely child centred and focuses fully on the learning and enables children to develop fully.  I want to provide an education which builds knowledge, provides exceptional experiences, develops confidences and responsibilities and enable children to become independent learners and thinkers.

    Read full profile

    Contact Katherine Clare

    Close
  • Dominique

    Dominique Prince

    English Teacher and Global Campus Lead

    Dominique Prince

    My interest in teaching stems from my experience working in an alternative education provision for students that had disengaged from mainstream education and were on the verge of permanent exclusion. Working in this challenging school environment required the resilience to work against factors that affected student learning, such as behaviour and attendance, and to utilize my initiative, coupled with my personal skills, to help them achieve their academic goals. Being able to encourage creativity and to make the curriculum accessible and engaging for these students was a rewarding experience and inspired me to teach!

     

    I grew up in Wembley, London and I have been teaching for four years in a variety of middle-high schools. Some of my roles have involved managing the English, RE and Drama department and adopting the role of Citizenship/ PSHE coordinator. During this time I have developed my skills as a teaching practitioner, particularly with regard to using technology in the classroom, differentiation and increasing levels of pupil engagement. NAISNY is different to all other schools I have worked at because the curriculum is unique and allows teachers to be autonomous in their delivery of lessons and to excite, interest and inspire students; whilst catering to their individual needs. As a firm believer in ‘developing the whole child’, the class sizes enable the teaching and learning to be personalized to suit all children and to develop their self- knowledge and interpersonal skills. Additionally, the nurturing nature of staff makes the school a safe, lively and fun environment to work!

    Outside of school, I am a huge American football fan and in my spare time I enjoy watching the Steelers play! My other hobbies include reading, watching films and exploring new cultures. I look forward to continuing to develop my teaching skills here at NAISNY and helping to mould the next generation of happy, innovative students!

    Read full profile

    Contact Dominique Prince

    Close
  • Jasn Reardon

    Jason Reardon

    Science teacher and MIT Lead

    Jason Reardon

    Jason has 6 years of teaching experience in the UK. He studied Physics at the University of York and moved to Manchester to obtain a Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) for Secondary Science. Jason hopes to integrate technology within the classroom and use it to allow students to document their personal learning journeys. With the exponential growth of social media, join believes that it is more important than ever that students are able to communicate their ideas well and be familiar with technology. Jason is keen to promote the engagement of social media by starting a co-curricular activity that our students can vlog their experiences at NAISNY.

    Read full profile

    Contact Jason Reardon

    Close
  • Nicola Lee

    Nicola Lee

    UNICEF & International Curriculum Lead

    Nicola Lee

    Nicola grew up in London and qualified as a Primary School teacher BA(ITT) in Twickenham. Nicola then spent 4 years teaching in London and enjoying city life. Once travel beckoned, Nicola relocated to Hong Kong teaching for four years at Harrow International School. After many years of wonderful Asian culture, Nicola lived in the Czech Republic for two years. While working at the English International School, Prague Nicola was appointed as Deputy Head of Primary and was responsible for overseeing the curriculum, teaching and learning to ensure a wonderful creative education and that all students achieved to their very best in every aspect of their learning. 

    Nicola is incredibly excited about moving to New York City to teach the International Middle Years Curriculum and International Primary curriculum, as this is my passion. Nicola is thrilled to have the opportunity to live in such a vibrant city with its museums, galleries, and culture! In her free time, Nicola enjoys visiting exhibits and libraries, running and yoga. Nicola is very excited to have the opportunity to work at NAINSY, live in NYC, to travel and learn more about the United States. 

    Read full profile

    Contact Nicola Lee

    Close