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Year Six

  • Lowery Andrew Staff

    Staff Profile: Andrew Lowery

    Year 6 Class Teacher and Assistant Head of Primary

    Staff Profile: Andrew Lowery

    Andrew began his career in education by teaching Secondary English in Nottingham, UK. He subsequently taught Year 6 for five years at an international school in Ipoh, Malaysia. In 2016 he took up the position of Year 6 class teacher and Upper Key Stage 2 Leader at NAIS Pudong, and then Assistant Head Teacher in 2017.

    Andrew’s proudest achievements include organising the whole year group production of Macbeth, and running a Year 6 fairground fundraiser to make money for the Heart to Heart charity. He loves working at NAIS Pudong with a friendly and optimistic group of staff and students. He enjoys working with all ages of children in a variety of subjects and loves the cultural understanding which is possible in a diverse international school. Creating fascination, motivation and enthusiasm in a group of students is what attracted him to the profession, and continue to be the best part of the job. 


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  • Preston Rachel Staff

    Staff Profile: Rachel Preston

    Year 6 Class Teacher and Head of EAL

    Staff Profile: Rachel Preston

    After studying English at Liverpool University and completing teacher training at Manchester University, Rachel started working in primary schools in London. She worked primarily in Key Stage 1, and after two years became Infant Phase Leader. After moving to Shanghai to broaden her experience of different educational settings (and out of a passion for going on adventures!), she joined the NAIS Pudong Infant Leadership team in 2014. After one year, she joined Junior School, where she has been teaching Year 5 since 2015. 

    Professionally, Rachel has always strived to develop her skills in teaching English and Drama. Having worked in a children’s bookshop before becoming a teacher, she has a passion for children’s literature. Rachel spent two years completing her Masters at the Institute of Education in English Education, where her research focus was on the role of critical reading in young children. Since then, she has worked on developing phonics teaching and promoting creativity in reading, and is currently Nord Anglia University’s Teaching Fellow for Literacy. At NAIS Pudong, Rachel was Primary English Subject Leader and Year Group Leader, before taking on a new role as EAL Leader from KS1 to KS3.


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