Martyn Evans Teacher Martyn has been teaching young learners in Asia for over 6 years. He has taught in kindergartens and primary schools and is now our lead teacher and curriculum coordinator. Martyn has a PGCE in primary education, a CELTA (Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults) and a TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language). He has a passion for Science, Technology and Engineering and shares that passion by developing engaging learning experiences within STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths). These project based lessons help students learn transferrable skills like creative problem solving, iterative design, critical thinking and cooperation. Martyn is dedicated to providing students with exciting and fun experiences that inspire them to become life long learners. Stephanie Ng Teacher Stephanie has years of experience teaching English as a second language. She obtained her teaching qualification TESOL accredited by Trinity College London with distinction after her double degree in Psychology and Counselling. She has 3 years of working experience with SEN students in educational centres and an ESF primary school, supporting those with ADHD, Developmental Global Delay, Down Syndrome, and dyslexia. Teacher Stephanie adopts positive psychology in her approach and treats children with patience and understanding. She is an aspiring play therapist and hopes to instil a strong sense of control and self-efficacy in all children so they would become independent and confident individuals. Zhang Jing Teacher Zhang majored in Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language (TCFL) and has taught Mandarin Chinese to children and adults for many years. She has taught numerous students at the Confucius Institute previously. Regardless of difficulty, Teacher Zhang simplifies the language for all students so they could learn Mandarin in a clear and straightforward manner. Teacher Zhang pays close attention to cross-cultural teaching and communicative skills to enable students to interact with others from different cultural backgrounds. Advocating fun in education, she hopes that learning languages can help students open another door to know the world. Charles Chan (Teacher Chuck) Teacher Chuck is a professional Musician/Artist who also has years of teaching experience in Music, Art and English. He received his Music Profession specifically in Live Sound and Studio Recording and taught multiple disciplines to children and adults. With a strong emphasis on creativity and emotional intelligence, Teacher Chuck helps students to build a stronger connection and understanding with themselves and the subject that they are delving into. Rawinder Teacher Rawinder is British-Indian. She has been educated in both Hong Kong and England. She is a firm believer in life long learning and as such, is currently doing a Bachelors in English Language Studies. As she spent her childhood in Hong Kong, she has a very good understanding of the life of students here. She has been working with children for the past 12 years and has worked with many different organisations in Hong Kong, including language institutes, local schools and international schools. She has taught Kindergarten, Primary and Secondary students as well as adults. Rawinder has a lot of experience with IB schools, which provide concept based learning for students. She believes that every child is unique and that they all learn in different ways and uses this philosophy to give each child what they need to succeed.