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  • Welcome to Nord Anglia International School Dublin

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

    NAIS D

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    Through Nord Anglia University our teachers maintain the highest international standards

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    NAIS Dublin

Catherine Robinson

Primary Teacher

Catherine Robinson graduated from Queen’s University in Belfast, with a first class honours in English with Linguistics. She then went on to complete her PGCE in Primary Education at Ulster University. For the past four years she has taught in Northern Ireland.  

Catherine believes that investment in the social and emotional well-being of children is paramount to laying the firm foundations for igniting a love of lifelong learning. Catherine is very passionate about Positive Education. She seeks to create a child-led learning environment in her classroom, built on the curiosity and awe of her students; inspiring pupils with opportunities to explore and discover.  

Outside of school, Catherine enjoys socialising and staying active. She is a keen artist and paints in her spare time.  

Catherine is delighted to be joining the primary team at NAIS Dublin and immersing herself into the international curriculum.