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

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Sinéad Healy

Early Years Teacher

Sinéad Healy joined the Nord Anglia International School Dublin from the Middle East where she worked as an Early Years Teacher at Sherborne Preparatory School in Doha, Qatar. She is a Recently Qualified Primary Teacher with a First Class Honours degree from Liverpool John Moores University and a Postgraduate Certificate in Education from Liverpool Hope University where she completed her training as a Special Educational Needs Teacher at the Royal Blind School, Liverpool.  
 

Sinéad  joined the Nord Anglia International School Dublin from the Middle East where she worked as an Early Years Teacher at Sherborne Preparatory School in Doha, Qatar. She is a Recently Qualified Primary Teacher with a First Class Honours degree from Liverpool John Moores University and a Postgraduate Certificate in Education from Liverpool Hope University where she completed her training as a Special Educational Needs Teacher at the Royal Blind School, Liverpool.  
 
She has taught children across the world in a variety of settings including the French Alps as a Snow Ranger, the USA as a Water Safety Instructor/ Lifeguard, Ghana as a Community Development Worker for the Department for International Development, New Zealand as an ECT Teacher, Dublin City University Summer School as a TEFL accredited English Language Teacher and her most unique role as an Elf in the Arctic.  
 
Her hobbies and interests include sight-seeing and exploring the world (54 countries to date), mountain hiking across the beautiful Irish countryside, swimming, singing traditional Irish music whilst touring with her Father’s band, learning to play the guitar and most importantly spending time with her family and friends here at home in Ireland and in the UK. 
 
Sinéad is passionate about inspiring a love for learning in a caring and nurturing environment and is super excited to be part of the NAIS Dublin team!