Kate Easby (Msaka)
Infant Teacher (Reception, Flamingos), Year Group Leader
- Postgraduate Certificate of Education in Primary Education, The University of Northumbria at Newcastle, UK
- Bachelor of Science, Honours, in Countryside Management, The University of Newcastle, UK
Kate joined Dulwich College (Singapore) in August 2016. She has been teaching for more than 12 years both in the UK and internationally, and she has taught across a number of primary age groups, and held various positions of responsibility
Kate began her teaching career in the UK teaching in Year 4 at Hammond Junior School in Woking, Surrey, for two years. She then decided to seek adventure overseas, initially teaching Years 2 and then 5 at Bishop Mackenzie International School Malawi, Africa, for four years.
Kate crossed continents and landed in Asia, most recently teaching in Reception at St Christopher's International Primary School in Penang, Malaysia, for five years.
Kate is now continuing her Asian adventure at Dulwich College (Singapore). She is joined in Singapore by her husband and daughter.
Outside of school Kate is a keen crafter, sewer and baker with many a project on the go.