I have a law degree and spent some years as an office worker, and I have always wanted to use my English skills and work in education. I’ve been working with young people providing 1:1 learning support since 2011 and I am delighted to walk on this challenging but rewarding journey with young learners. As children have different learning styles, my mission is to help them figure out what works best for themselves. I believe the key to learning support is exploring each of my students’ inner world to gain a thorough understanding of their preferences, interests, background and culture and building positive relationships with them which provide love, security and responsive interactions for them to grow and thrive.
I joined BSG in 2017 and it’s the most caring and supportive community I have ever worked for. At school, I provide 1:1 learning support in the mornings and group intervention sessions in the afternoons. I have extensive experience in supporting young people improve fine motor skills and build up confidence and enjoyment in language and maths learning.
In my spare time, I love spending time in the nature, hiking in suburbs on weekends and traveling to great landscapes during holiday break.