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22. Michael Fletcher  

Michael Fletcher
Inclusion Coordinator

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Michael has more than 15 years of teaching experience, having taught in schools, colleges, and universities in the UK, Qatar, Turkey, and Brunei. Michael graduated from King’s College, London, before completing a PGCE at the University of Cambridge. Later in his career, Michael was awarded an MA in TESOL with distinction from the University of Sunderland, and added the Cambridge Delta qualification to his resume in 2018. He has previously worked as a lecturer in English for Academic Purposes at universities in the UK and Qatar, as an ESL Lead Teacher in Brunei, and as a secondary school teacher in the UK.

Michael is driven by a desire to combine high academic standards with the holistic development of young people to ensure his students are prepared to make a meaningful contribution to the world. Michael is accompanied to Malaysia by his wife and two children.

14. Nicole Anne Cromey  

Nicole Anne Cromey
Deputy Inclusion Coordinator (SENCO)

Country of Origin: Malaysia
Academic Qualifications: PGCE - University of Sunderland, UK.; CELTA - University of Cambridge, ESOL Examinations, UK.; BA in Psychology - Southern New Hampshire University, USA.

Nicole joins Repton with her young family after several years of international teaching. Nicole completed her teaching training at the University of Sunderland (UK) and has extensive experience with the English National Curriculum and the International Primary Curriculum (IPC).

She is originally from Malaysia and has taught in Key Stages 1 and 2 in Bangkok, Thailand (St. Andrews International School) and Vientiane, Laos (Panyathip, The British International School in Laos). She has also taught English as a Second Language in Tokyo, Japan, and has over 4 years of experience working with pupils with special needs. Her most recent assignment required her to work as both a primary teacher and a SENCO (Head of Learning Support).

Nicole strives to foster positive and encouraging classroom communities that are founded on empathy and open communication. She believes in giving pupils opportunities to improve their self-esteem, metacognitive skills, and, most importantly, their love of learning.

Nicole enjoys reading, baking, and creating digital artwork in her spare time. She also enjoys spending time with her husband, daughter, dog, and cat, and she is excited to be a part of the Repton community.

23. Alexandra De Nyara Comandini  

Alexandra De Nyary Comandini
Teacher of EAL

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Alexandra has been a teacher for over 10 years. She earned her Post Graduate Certificate of Education in the UK at Anglia Ruskin University. Following that, she acquired a Masters degree in Translation, Interpreting and Subtitling from the University of Essex, UK. She has had a range of responsibilities over the year. She was Head, House and Head of Year and Head of Department in Jordan, Amman. She moved to Malaysia in 2017 where she was Head of Modern Foreign Language at Marlborough College Malaysia and excited to Join our Repton Family as Subject Leader of MFL. She. She is a very enthusiastic individual with a genuine interest in enhancing pupils’ education. She gives pupils the necessary educational tools so that they can thrive in their future careers and become responsible and have an open mind in regards to other cultures and languages by preparing interesting and engaging lessons.

3. Charmeyne McCollin  

Charmeyne Cheryl Karina Mccollin
Teacher of EAL

Country of Origin: United Kingdom
Academic Qualifications: BA Hons Economics with French – Durham University, PGCE French

Charmeyne is a former Cricket journalist who now uses her passion for words in the classroom settings. She has been teaching in the UK since 2012, covering a wide range of subjects and age groups, most recently at St Andrew's Prep in Eastbourne, where she taught EAL, English, French, Maths, Science, and PSHE.

Charmeyne's strength in the classroom stems from her extensive knowledge of each child, a trait that has served her well in pastoral leadership roles.

Charmeyne's first overseas assignment is with Repton International, despite the fact that travel has always been a passion of hers. Sport is also a real hobby for her – ask her about winning the Ultimate Frisbee European Championships for Great Britain at your peril! She has since coached pupils to their own international honours.

Outside of the classroom, Charmeyne spends a lot of time with her family, who, fortunately, enjoys sports and travel as well. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, playing word games, and occasionally dusting off her clarinet and playing a little tune.