Naima Charlier is currently head of curriculum for Nord Anglia International School Hong Kong and head teacher at one of their three campuses. Her role as head of curriculum covers Early Years to Secondary for around 1,200 pupils. She moved to Hong Kong for the founding of the new NAIS school and helped found one of their new campuses catering for children aged 3-6 last year.
Prior to Hong Kong, Ms Charlier held the role of head of Primary and then deputy principal for the British School of Bucharest, where she spent 10 years growing and shaping the school.
In her 22 years of teaching, she has worked in state schools in the USA and the UK. She has a particular interest in new technology in education and the impact this has on teaching and learning. She has spoken on technology and curriculum development in different countries, and has also been a guest speaker at the University of Hong Kong.
Ms Charlier has a BEd. (hons) in English and an MBA in International Educational Leadership from UCL.
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