Nagmeh Hatami

Nagmeh is a globetrotter who is currently based in Singapore, a country she loves for its multicultural community and year-long summer. A communications and marketing specialist, she loves to work with organisations that have a positive social impact, such as Boutique Education. In her spare time, she loves music, going to the beach, eating any pastry that has cinnamon as a key ingredient, and chasing after her two kids. 

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Raising Environmentally Conscious Children

By Abi Smith | July 27, 2022

The issue of climate change is no stranger to most of us. For years, we have read news articles and watched documentaries highlighting the environmental impact we have caused. But, now more than ever, we are being prompted to enact change. While some are still struggling to make small changes to their everyday lives, many…

Navigating Cultural Pressure in International Schools: A Reflection

By Bilal Fazal | May 16, 2022

  ‘International.’ The word brings to mind many ideas: diversity, co-operation, communication, respect. As an alumnus of an international school, and now an educator myself, I have found myself consistently gravitating towards international environments, both social and professional. Having worked in a number of educational contexts across various countries, I am often given reason to…

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I Know It Sounds Crazy, But Reading Is Awesome!

By Rosalind Weaver | April 26, 2022

  When I was young, reading felt like a task that I wasn’t able to enjoy. I hadn’t connected to a popular series or voluntarily read like my parents hoped. I DEFINITELY was not interested in science fiction. This changed when I was given Childhood’s End by Arthur C. Clarke; a story that looks into…

Space – What Are the (Out of This World) Learning Opportunities for Kids?

By Kimerley Morales | May 17, 2021

Kids today are witnessing a space revolution, with the Perseverance Rover recently landing on Mars and companies planning lunar and Martian bases in the near future. Space provides a galaxy of learning opportunities across many subject areas that can be really beneficial for your child. But how? Sparking imagination and igniting curiosity, it’s all about…

No, But Where Are You Really From? Identity and Transitions For Third Culture Kids

By Nagmeh Hatami | November 12, 2020

  It’s safe to say that a hub like Singapore has no shortage of Third Culture Kids (TCKs). The term was first coined by American sociologist Ruth Hill Useem in the 1950s, referring to children who spend a significant part of their formative years outside of their parents’ culture. TCKs often feel that they are…

Moving Countries During a Global Pandemic

By Nagmeh Hatami | September 16, 2020

Are you new to Singapore, or have recently moved elsewhere?  Read on.

Change is powerful, but not always easy.

“Nothing remains as it was. If you know this, you can begin again, with pure joy in the uprooting.” ― Judith Minty

Yoga to Counterbalance Screentime – Morning Tea Series for Parents

By Nagmeh Hatami | July 2, 2020

This is a webinar worth coming back to, again and again. All of us felt amazing afterwards! It’s incredible what a few minutes of targeted movement and breathwork can do. Give yourself a moment to try this as an online yoga class at home or use it whenever you need a break from sitting in…

An Interview With Adam Crook – Tuition After The Circuit Breaker

By Nagmeh Hatami | June 1, 2020

Our Marketing Consultant, Nagmeh Hatami, caught up with our fabulous Director of Boutique Education, Adam Crook, about what tuition will look like after the Circuit Breaker and new services available!

How To Make Learning Fun At Home – Morning Tea Series for Parents

By Nagmeh Hatami | May 21, 2020

Thank you to everyone who participated in our webinar – we loved all your great questions! This webinar was all about how to make learning more enjoyable at home while we are in a state of quarantine during the current pandemic.

How To Make The Most Out Of Online Learning!

By Nagmeh Hatami | April 24, 2020

Have you found the transition to online learning challenging during the current pandemic? You’re not alone! It’s the experience of many as we adapt to a new way of operating. Here are a few tips to help with this transition.