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  • Welcome to Nord Anglia International School Dublin

    Ireland’s first IB continuum school for 3 to 18 years old

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    Through Nord Anglia University our teachers maintain the highest international standards

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    NAIS Dublin

Sophie Adams

Sophie Adams

Head of Primary School

Sophie Adams gained a B.Ed Hons (QTS) in Primary Education with Art from the University of Reading in 2009. She has worked both in the UK and internationally, and most recently spent several years teaching at the Tanglin Trust School in Singapore.

Nord Anglia School Dublin is the second new school that Sophie has been involved with, and she is delighted to draw upon her previous experiences to ensure that all children have the best start to their new school. She is passionate about early childhood education and creating opportunities for children to explore, discover and develop independent learning skills. 

Outside of school, Sophie enjoys photography, travelling, diving and skiing. She recently finished an adventure from Buenos Aires to Seattle and fulfilled a dream of diving with schools of hammerhead sharks in the Galapagos Islands. She is delighted to be in Ireland as a member of the founding staff at NAIS Dublin.