Jake Burnett | Principal Caviglia
"It is a pleasure to be part of such a proactive community, where the partnership between school and home is such an active and important foundation of the strong academic platform created for each student here. Our role is to challenge and support growth at every stage, so that we prepare well balanced, communicative, goal-oriented and kind citizens who know how to think, reflect and develop themselves, and who will make many positive differences in the lives of others across the world."
Amy Tarafdar | Deputy Head Early Years
"Early Years is a magical time of discovery and as Teachers of this phase we have the great privilege of being welcomed into the child's imaginative world. The children provide us with a constant source of inspiration that enables us to facilitate their learning experience. In Early Years we view ourselves as facilitators of learning. We go on a learning journey with the child, we personalise their education and celebrate all their individual achievements along the way. It is a dream come true for me to be the Deputy Head of Early Years at St. Louis and I feel really excited about the journey ahead."
(Work in progress)
Ross Bell | Deputy Head, Primary School
Matthew Ingram | Deputy Head, Middle School
"The simple aim of all educationalists at St Louis is to support and guide all St. Louis students on their Learning Journey and to aim for the highest cloud so that if they miss it, they will still hit the peak of their own lofty mountain."
(Work in progress)
Ayesha Joshi | Primary School Academic Coordinator
Nick Tollitt | Middle School Academic Coordinator
"In the Middle School, at St. Louis, we equip students with the creative and pragmatic skills required to excel in their studies. Education relies on clarity, good communication and consistency. By tailoring lessons to the interests and needs of students, as well as providing detailed and specific feedback, we ensure that they are prepared for every step of their learning journey, fostering rapport and promoting a love of learning."