Teaching Staff

Rob Weaver
Academic Director

Rob has been with Morris Allen English for 3 years now and has spent a total of 5 years in Singapore. He has a thorough knowledge of the Singapore education system and had prior ESL experience in both South Korea and Thailand. Rob always aims to make his lessons inspirational for his students, and enable them to take upon challenging tasks with confidence.

Lauren Jones


Lauren is originally from Cambridgeshire, England. She comes to Singapore from Vietnam, where she has taught in both International Schools and English Language School settings to a range of students aged 18 months to 16 years of age. Her students would describe her as caring, encouraging, lively and focused. She takes an active interest in your child’s needs and passions, and strives to provide innovative and engaging lessons.

Cassandra PK


Cassandra has worked in a range of both mainstream and prestigious independent schools and is well-versed in the structure of local English Language syllabuses. For over two decades, she has been imparting her passion for learning to inquisitive young minds. Via a variety of academic platforms, she facilitates the development of critical and creative thought processes in your child. Cassandra is committed to cultivating lifelong learners who become proactive, effective problem-solving citizens of the 21st century.

Diana Hoe


Diana has 5 years of experience in education. Her diverse teaching background in renowned enrichment schools in Singapore equips her with an in-depth understanding of the learning needs of all her students. On top of that, Diana's spontaneous and interactive approach to teaching brings life to every classroom. She continually strives to add value and dimension in her lessons to create a vibrant learning environment for all her students.

Kai Yiing, Soh


Kai Yiing graduated from the NUS, and NIE majoring in English Literature and History. She previously taught in local and international schools for 6 years. Her teaching philosophies are love, dedication, and patience. Seeing each child as an individual grain of sand, she hopes to inspire her students to love the English language, and to have a confident and positive outlook in life.