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Mihaela Chesaru

Mihaela Chesaru (1)

Nursery Teacher, Acting Head of Early Years

Miheala Chesaru


I have a double degree in Chinese Language & Literature and English Language & Literature from the University of Bucharest and a post-graduate Education degree from the University of Sunderland. I am currently pursuing a Master’s degree in International Education. I also have a Certificate in English Language Teaching – Primary (CELT-P).

I have a lot of experience with Early Years, having worked in this position at two other Nord Anglia schools in China since 2008. Previous to this I was the principal of an international kindergarten in Shanghai.

I am very excited to be here at BSB Shunyi, having long known about the school’s excellent learning and teaching standards. I enjoy working together with the students and other teachers in the school.

I believe that learning never ends and books, people and nature are a continuous source of wonder. I was born in Romania and had my first international experience during my university years when I travelled to China to study for two years. After graduating I decided to live abroad.

I have two young children who are very excited to be in Beijing and explore this wonderful city full of history. I hope they can continue to travel and learn about new cultures and places.

I try to instil in my students and my own children a curiosity and passion for learning and respect for all living things. Questions are more important than answers and we should never stop asking questions.