Event Details

Join the SAChamber and Knightsbridge International School for a live webinar where you'll learn what you need to know about education in Singapore.


Ms. Jennifer Mills will present on:


  • Education in Singapore and the Cambridge Curriculum
  • Her experiences as a global Educator
  • What expats can expect from an International School in Singapore


We look forward to seeing you online!



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Speakers

  • Keridyn Heatlie (Executive Director of South African Chamber of Commerce Singapore)

    Keridyn Heatlie

    Executive Director of South African Chamber of Commerce Singapore

  • Jennifer Mills (Head of School at Knightsbridge House International School)

    Jennifer Mills

    Head of School at Knightsbridge House International School

    An educationalist for 30+ years, predominantly in international settings, she has wide-ranging teaching and school leadership experiences in some diverse countries ranging from Sydney, London, Beijing, Dublin, Manus Island (PNG), Greece, Seoul, Myanmar and Qatar. Her most recent post sees her in the cosmopolitan city of Singapore.

    She has continually chosen diverse roles for herself that challenge and extend her understanding of global education. She has a keen interest in issues related to internationalism and globalisation and the impact they have on teaching and learning. She stays conversant with current teaching practices and trends and consistently strives to implement the latest teaching theories and ideologies. In her current role as Head of School at KBH, her focus is on developing and managing the whole school. She has a very keen interest in the use of data and what it reveals as a strategic tool for pupil advancement.

    She enjoys the challenge of coming to understand people and the society of where she is. She is a constant traveller and enjoy exploration of new cultures.

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