About

My name is Adam Hill. I am a passionate and dedicated primary teacher from the UK, now teaching at Victoria Shanghai Academy, a bilingual PYP school in Hong Kong. I have been teaching since 2011 and leading Year Four since 2017. I am a proud lifelong learner, continually working hard to develop as a teacher and leader.

I am an avid user of social media and a great believer in the power of a PLN. I encourage you to find my social media links at the top of this page. I look forward to connecting and learning with you.

This blog is intended to be a platform for learning, reflecting and sharing good practice. I hope that you find it useful.

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6 comments

  1. Hi Adam

    Interesting blog! I’d love to read a blog post about how you transitioned to teaching abroad from the UK. My husband and I are both teachers, trying to make the move abroad to teach (Hong Kong is our top destination) but finding the job application process tricky! Would love to hear how you did it. Thanks, Lesley

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      1. Definitely, Adam! Looking forward to reading more of your content as well. We also explore lifelong learning at our site, too, so it’s great that we found a gold mine here at your blog while digging through the community. Happy early Holidays!

        Best,
        Moosmosis Team

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