Tell me a picture, draw me a story, write me a painting. Sing me a dance, and play me a song.

Amélie Pralle Autin

Hello, I am the new teacher in group 3B. I grew up in Madrid and moved to the UK to complete a BA in Anthropology. I then moved to London to complete my teacher training. I am so excited to be part of this international, forward-thinking community. 

I am a teacher because I love learning and I want to help children to foster the same curiosity to discover the world, to support them in their passions and develop the knowledge and skills they will need to fulfil their dreams. 

I believe that every child has the right to fulfil their potential socially, emotionally and academically and it is an absolute privilege to be part of that journey. 

Elisha Pillay

I am originally from Johannesburg, South Africa. I have obtained a degree in Education through The University of South Africa and majored in English, Biology and Psychology.

My belief is that education is a vital tool that can teach children the fundamental skills necessary to live successful lives as a critical thinker, confident and informed citizens of their community.

It is my duty and mission to instill a love of life-long learning and ensure that my students are capable of thriving in today’s world.

I want my students to know they have someone who believes in them and can do anything they set their minds to irrespective of where they come from.