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Staff Profile: Marion Wong

Year 1 Class Teacher

Marion is from Glasgow in Scotland. She graduated from the University of Lincoln with a BA Hons in Graphic Design. After her degree, Marion completed her PGCE at St Martin’s College, University of Lancaster.  She has experience teaching in London, Guangzhou and Tokyo, which ranges from Early Years to Upper Key Stage 2.

Marion grew up in Carlisle, Cumbria near the Lake District. When she isn’t teaching, planning, marking or on a mission to raid the lost property box, she enjoys travelling and embracing the culture of the country she is living in. In Japan, Marion took up Taiko drumming, although lacking in talent in this area, she was able to understand the importance of detail and endurance of the Japanese culture. In China, Marion has been given the opportunity to learn more about her own culture and to refine her language skills. She is looking forward to exploring China from Shanghai.


Miss Wong is a kind teacher and she makes funny things with the class

Miss Wong is nice but can be strict. She helps us out and has a good way of explaining.