Urgent: Northbridge International School Cambodia is celebrating the best set of results in the international school’s 20-year history. Our 34 point average is up 5 points on last year and exceeds the global average by the very significant margin of 4 points. Read more!

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Megan Ferneley

Staff Profile - Megan Ferneley

Grade 3 Teacher

Megan has a teaching certificate from Otago University, New Zealand. She joined the Northbridge community in 2015 after working at MYIS in Bangkok, Thailand, where she began her teaching career in IB.

  • Graduate Diploma in Teaching in Primary Education, Otago University, 2012
  • Bachelor of Arts, Honours in Sociology, Trent University, 2011

Megan Ferneley is a Canadian citizen who acquired her teaching diploma in Dunedin, New Zealand. She and her husband have a love of travel and wished to spend the beginning of their careers as international educators. Megan was extremely fortunate to be given a job in Thailand at MY International School where she was trained in the IB Primary Years Program. After two years in Thailand, she and her husband searched for their next adventure in Cambodia, where she is now thrilled to be working within the Northbridge community.

Megan and her husband have been living in Phnom Penh for two years now. Since living in Cambodia, they have made lasting friendships, travelled to different continents during the school holidays, and adopted a lovely cat from the Phnom Penh Animal Welfare. Megan looks forward to her third year teaching at Northbridge International School Cambodia.

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