I have a bachelor's degree from Thammasat University, International Programme, majoring in Liberal Arts, minoring in British-American Studies. I graduated from Thammasat University with second class honours.
I then continued to pursue my teaching career in Sydney, Australia by completing a teaching course called, CELTA (The Cambridge Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages). It is an internationally recognized teaching qualification which follows a curriculum designed by the University of Cambridge, UK. CELTA is considered to be an international benchmark English language teaching certification and the only qualification accepted by many language schools around the world. I further completed an EYL course (English Teaching for Young Learners), an extension course from CELTA. After the completion of these 2 courses, I was trained and qualified in teaching English to both adults and children by the University of Cambridge, UK.
I have been at St. Andrews International School Bangkok since 2010. I choose to work here because of the friendly working environment that this school offers. Everyone here is determined to help children grow up into talented, confident and happy young adults.
I’m extremely passionate about my job and the children that I teach. I take it as my responsibility to help them reach their highest potential. When I’m not teaching, I like to travel and explore the world. I’ve been to many countries around the world and one of my all-time favourite places is Venice, Italy.