Bachelor of Education (Hons), Westminster College, Oxford
Founding Principal, Primary
Mr Chris Jackson moved to Hong Kong from the UK in the 1990s, and he has held teaching and management roles in a variety of schools and institutions - large and small; English medium and bilingual. He understands the challenges and opportunities for families as they look for an education which is personal in its delivery, yet global in its perspective. Mr Jackson values a curriculum which is broad and holistic and looks to the future to prepare children for success. He believes children learn best when they are self-motivated and engaged. As an educator, he has always promoted learning which is relevant and meaningful for the children themselves, in spaces which are creative and caring, and in partnership with parents and the community. "I am really looking forward to the challenge and privilege of being Founding Principal of Invictus School Hong Kong. Drawing on the success of Invictus in Singapore, I will be working towards developing a school to be known for a challenging curriculum in English and Mandarin, with high-quality teaching, exciting learning, and confident learners."
Ms Trammy Mak
Founding Vice Principal, Primary
Ms Trammy Mak joins us as the Vice-Principal and Head of Mandarin Curriculum for Invictus Primary School. She is a seasoned educator with a demonstrated history in teaching Mandarin to international students, including second language learners and native learners; in a safe, happy and positive learning environment. A hardworking self-starter and a life-long learner, she continues to develop and improve her knowledge and skills, in order to design and adopt suitable curricula for students. Helping them learn better and connect Mandarin to international curricula in their studies.
Mr Simon Overton
Primary Class Teacher
Mr Simon Overton is originally from London and has lived in Hong Kong for over ten years and comes to Invictus with well over 15 years experience in teaching. He enjoys playing the guitar, making videos, and playing board games. He lives in Mei Foo with his two children, two cats, and Mrs Overton.
Mr Dominic Rossiter
Bachelor of Arts in Primary Education and Early Years, University of Leeds
Primary Class Teacher
Mr Dominic Rossiter is a true global citizen, having lived and worked in six countries before moving to Hong Kong. He has a vast amount of experience from a variety of settings and curriculums, in both international institutes and British government systems. Mr Rossiter is an enthusiastic believer in lifelong learning and is passionate about all sports from table tennis to rugby.
Ms Charlotte Sun
Primary Class Teacher
Ms Charlotte Sun grew up in a family of teachers, and it has always been her dream to become a teacher; one who cultivates life-long learners. Her passion for teaching is accompanied by the thrill of motivating students to achieve their full potential, in a way that is inspiring, exciting, and enjoyable.
Ms Jessica Li
Master of Chinese Language and Literature, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Primary Class Teacher
Ms Jessica Li comes to Invictus with a mix of local and overseas teaching experience. Her overseas experience includes teaching Mandarin to non-native speakers in Vienna. Previously, she taught at local schools in Hong Kong for more than four years. Ms Li is passionate about creating a positive atmosphere in her classroom and is a cheerful teacher who likes sports, singing, and dancing.
Ms Alicia Phetiam
Primary Class Teacher
Ms Alicia Phetiam brings nine years of teaching experience to Invictus including three years in Hong Kong local and private schools. She sees her role as a guide in the classroom; a fun, safe space where students are confident, engaged, supported, and challenged. Ms Phetiam strives to create lessons whereby every child develops an intrinsic desire to improve through inquiry-based learning that has real-world relevance. She works diligently to foster resilience and respect in her students so that they are able to thrive in times of change, empowered with a positive ‘can-do’ attitude, while valuing the ideas and opinions of their peers. Ms Phetiam is a keen hiker and enjoys reading books.
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.
Ms Allison Tai
Bachelor of Social Science, City University of Hong Kong
Ms Allison Tai has worked as an internship in a youth centre and Disneyland before. She enjoys greeting and communicating with children and parents. During her free time, Allison enjoys visiting different cafes and taking photos.
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.
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.