- About Haileybury
- Welcome from the Headmaster
- Pastoral Care and House
- Our Story
- Haileybury Community
- Results & Destinations
- Campus reopening roadmap - Spring Term
Kipling House is named after the legendary author and poet Rudyard Kipling, a former Haileyburian, most known for writing the novel ‘The Jungle Book’ amongst others and the icon poem ‘If’. Rudyard became the sixth person ever to become a Nobel Laureate having been awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1907. Many of his works are still relevant today and some have even been made into movies or adapted for use in 21st-century education.
Kipling House in the Junior School has a very big part to play in our community. The staff and children of Kipling House are very proud of their Haileybury heritage and even prouder of their namesake, Rudyard Kipling. They apply all of the passion of his world famous poem into everything that they do and wear their green ties and t-shirts at events such as Sports Day with enormous pride.
Caitlin Harrison has been teaching at Haileybury Almaty for the past 2 years as a PE teacher and is the new Kipling Housemistress. She believes in giving each student the possibility to develop new skills and can be seen encouraging Kipling pupils to always go above and beyond. She is proud to be the Kipling Housemistress and looks forward to driving the House forwards, maintaining the strong service and musical ethos that already exists amongst the community whilst developing new opportunities for all those involved; including parents, staff and of course the students. She aims to drive a sense of belonging and pride amongst all in Kipling, setting an example for others within the school.