Ms Fiona Chan has over 20 years of experience in early childhood education, having held a variety of roles that ranged from teaching, teacher training and day-to-day school management. She joins Invictus with a wealth of knowledge from running all levels of a busy and active kindergarten. Challenging young minds is what drives Ms Chan forward, and she enjoys coming up with new approaches to learning as well as developing ideas that are creative, hands-on and inspiring, allowing children to develop as well-rounded global citizens. "I really enjoy seeing young children begin their school journey, to watch as their confidence grows, and they achieve milestones in independence. I am looking forward to the new challenges and experiences Invictus School will bring and mostly I can't wait to meet all the new children as we grow this new school together."
Ms Shirley Tsoi
Bachelor of Education with Honours in Early Childhood Education, The Education University of Hong Kong
Kindergarten Class Teacher
Ms Shirley Tsoi has been an early childhood educator for more than 20 years. She is a firm believer that effective teaching techniques are not a simple “one size fits all”. Instead, she believes in connecting with students to understand what motivates them to learn. Ms Tsoi is excited to watch children grow and develop into independent, bilingual learners. Outside of the classroom, she likes playing sports and singing.
Ms Tarah Atkinson
Bachelor of Social Science, University of Cape Town Postgraduate Certificate in Early Years Education
Kindergarten Class Teacher
Ms Tarah Atkinson was born in South Africa and prior to moving to Hong Kong has travelled to and worked in many countries. She incorporates these experiences into her teaching practice, creating interactive and engaging activities for her students. In her free time, Tarah enjoys swimming, reading and exploring the city.
Mr Elliot Watson
Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Chinese Studies and English, The University of Wales, Trinity Saint David (UK) Postgraduate Certificate in Early Childhood Education, The University of Hong Kong
Kindergarten Class Teacher
Mr Elliot Watson is originally from Bolton and joins Invictus with over five years of teaching experience in Hong Kong. He takes pride in his classroom and likes to design learning environments that stimulate learning and engage the interests of each individual student. Outside the classroom, Mr Watson is an enthusiastic dancer and is a member of Hong Kong Morris. He is also a part of the Hong Kong Players theatre group, helping the backstage team, and is well known for making a mean cup of tea!
Ms Vivian Li
Kindergarten Class Teacher
Ms Vivian Li comes to Invictus with over six years of experience in teaching Mandarin to young students. She has an excellent record in helping her students improve their performance in the General Aptitude Putonghua Shuiping Kaoshi (GAPSK), an important standard for Mandarin proficiency in the region and Hong Kong. Ms Li has a passion for teaching and gains satisfaction from seeing her students make progress, and also when they enjoy her lessons. She believes that building up a student's confidence in a fun and exciting atmosphere is the most effective way to motivate young children to learn Mandarin. Ms Li enjoys travelling, dancing, reading and cooking in her leisure time.
Ms Tammy Cheng
Ms Tammy Cheng is a Hong Kong native and has worked as a teaching assistant in both international kindergartens and children's workshops. She enjoys greeting and helping children and parents. Outside of school, Tammy enjoys Morris dancing and backstage crewing.
Ms Hannah Kwong
Ms Hannah Kwong is part of our admissions team and has worked in similar roles in other educational establishments. As a product of both the local and international school systems in Hong Kong, she is well prepared to help prospective parents make the right choice in their search for a suitable school.
Mr Tan Tee How
Master of Public Administration (Harvard)
Mr Tan Tee How has been an Executive Director of Chip Eng Seng Corporation Ltd since Feb 2018. Prior to this, he had served 34 years in the Singapore Administrative Service, holding various key appointments, including Principal Private Secretary to then-PM Goh Chok Tong (1997 to 2000) and founding CEO of National Healthcare Group (2000 to 2004). He was Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of National Development (2004 to 2011) and of the Ministry of Home Affairs (2011 to 2014). He was also Commissioner of Inland Revenue and concurrently CEO of IRAS (2014 to 2018). Mr Tan is currently Chairman of the Casino Regulatory Authority, Deputy Chairman of National Healthcare Group, Board member of Hong Leong Finance Ltd and a member of the Panel of Experts, Singapore Cooperation Enterprise. Mr Tan serves on a number of civic and voluntary organisations. He is President of the Singapore Scout Association, Non-Resident Fellow of NUS Kent Ridge Hall, and Board member of Caritas Community Council.
Mr Law Cheong Yan
Bachelor of Accountancy (Hons) (Nanyang Technological University)
Mr Law Cheong Yan has been the Group Chief Financial Officer for Chip Eng Seng since August 2013. He leads the Group’s financial, management accounting, taxation, and treasury functions, as well as leading investor relations. Prior to joining CES Mr Law spent more than nine years in China and the USA managing overseas subsidiaries for several Singapore companies. Mr Law was also the Group’s Financial Controller for the period from June 1999 to February 2004 and an auditor with an international accounting firm from September 1995 to June 1999. He is a member of ISCA and CPA Australia. He serves as an independent director of Dynamic Colours Limited.
Dr Koh Thiam Seng
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) (Monash University)
Dr Koh Thiam Seng joined Chip Eng Seng Corporation Ltd as Senior Vice President in October 2018. Prior to this, Dr Koh was Associate Dean at the Office of Education Research and Associate Professor of Natural Sciences and Science Education at the National Institute of Education (NIE), Nanyang Technological University where he had served as a faculty member for more than 28 years. He had held senior appointments at the Singapore Ministry of Education (MOE) and NIE. He was a Deputy Director (2000 – 2003) at the Higher Education Division, MOE involved in policy formulation for university, polytechnic and ITE education. He was concurrently Deputy Director (2007 – 2008) at NIE overseeing educational research. He was Principal (2009 – 2015) of St. Joseph’s Institution and Chief Executive Officer (2015 – 2017) at St. Joseph’s Institution International School.
Mr Bob Koh Chin Nguang
Master of Education (Harvard)
Mr Koh Chin Nguang joined Chip Eng Seng Education in 2019 as its Senior Vice President. He graduated from the National University of Singapore in 1988 with First Class Honours with the Singapore National Institute of Chemistry (SNIC) Gold Medal. He holds a Master degree in Education from Harvard University, USA (Ed M 1998); and attended the Executive Public Policy Training Programme at the School of Government in Peking University, China in 2008. Over the course of almost 30 years in education, Mr Koh held numerous appointments in various schools, including the Principal of Ngee Ann Secondary School, Headmaster of Raffles Institution, Principal of Hwa Chong International School. In addition, Mr Koh also held senior appointments in the Singapore Ministry of Education Headquarters, in 2003 as Cluster Superintendent and later as Deputy Director/Sciences, overseeing the planning and development of the national curriculum in Mathematics and Sciences from primary to junior college levels. For his contribution to education, Mr Koh received the Public Administration Medal from the President of the Republic of Singapore.
Ms Louise Grant
Louise Grant is the Founding Director of Repton Schoolhouse, Singapore and a Managing Director ofWhitelodge Singapore and Malaysia. She was Founding Principal of SJI International Elementary School Singapore, having previously been the Curriculum Coordinator at United World College of South East Asia. Prior to UWCSEA, Louise was Head of Key Stage 2 at Alice Smith British School Malaysia. After gaining a Master of Education (with Merit) from the University of Sydney, Louise’s first experience of international education was as Founding Head of Primary at the Australian International School, Singapore. During her time in Australia, Louise was the Founding Head of Primary at The Mc Donald College, a specialist performing Arts school and Principal at St Mary’s Primary School in NSW. Louise served on the Association of Catholic Schools Principals representing the Archdiocese of Canberra and Goulburn.