Hosted by Ashley Jennings and Aurora Jenkins of Nord Anglia International School Hong Kong, this webinar looks at different types of challenging behaviour, explores ways in which positive behaviour management can help teachers and students establish healthy relationships, support students’ attainment, and create motivation in the classroom. To find out more about Chatteris’ collaboration with […]
The Chatteris International Graduate Programme welcomes international graduates from all disciplines, creating a collaborative and varied network of young professionals with a global vision. Chatteris offers a wealth of opportunities throughout the programme for tutors to explore their interests, hobbies, and passions – both inside the classroom and out of it. Each year, we find […]
Being an English tutor is an interesting and amazing experience where tutors can learn as much from time in a classroom as their students do. In this post, Chatteris’ own Chris Hoellriegl shares her reflections on being a Chatteris Native-speaking English Tutor. Having been teaching, coaching, and mentoring within the most different contexts over […]
Considering moving to Hong Kong to teach English? The idea of moving to a new place can be daunting but who better to tell you why it’s worth it taking the leap than those who have done it?
Teaching English as a second language is a unique opportunity to travel the world, make an impact on students, meet new people, and grow personally and professionally. Teachers gain skills and experience that help them in the classroom, as well as in other jobs and industries. Chatteris’ own Kerry Devlin gives her insight into 5 transferable skills you develop as an English teacher.
Hong Kong is one of the world’s most dense urban areas, and relies heavily on imported goods to feed the people living here. In an effort to be more environmentally friendly urban farming in Hong Kong is on the rise, in this post Chatteris’ own Fleur Ellerton gives us an insight into this growing practise.
Chatteris’ own Jack Salmon sat down with ex-Chatteris tutor Mariel Murray to discuss her career path through the White House, the US Department of Agriculture and more.
In this vlog, Chatteris Tutor Libby takes us to work with her, showing us what it’s like to teach English in a Hong Kong secondary school. Would you like work ask an English Tutor, building enriching relationships with your students, like Libby? Apply now to become a Chatteris Tutor.
Hong Kong schools are currently transitioning from online to in-person teaching. Chatteris’ own Aarohi Narain talks us through how we’re supporting all students through this period.
Chatteris’s own Anneliese Murray reflects on her decision to leave the UK to teach in Hong Kong during the summer of 2020.