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  • 국제 학교

    르만 국제 학교의 광활한 공간을 가진 캠퍼스는 청두 산기슭의 우거진 들판과 정원 속에 자리에 잡고 있습니다.

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  • LIS의 학생 생활

    학생들은 재능과 능력을 발견하고 새로운 관심사를 발견하여 평생 간직할 것입니다.

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  • 경험 있고 재능 있는 팀

    우리가 훌륭한 국제학교로 성장하고 성공시킬 수 있었던 것은 경험 많고 재능 있는 전문가 팀으로 구성되어 있다는것이 가장 중요한 요소입니다.

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  • 개인 성장

    르만에서 가장 중요하다고 생각하는 가치는 학생들의 학업과 개인적 성장이라고 믿습니다. 우리는 당신의 자녀가 평생 동안 성공할 수 있는 발판을 준비하기를 바랍니다.

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  • 입학처에 오시는 것을 환영합니다

    르만 국제 학교(청두)는 중국 서남지역 최고의 국제학교로서 만3세 유아 에서 13학년까지 국제 교육을 제공해드리고 있습니다.

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  • 학교뉴스

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Thomas Ainsworth

Thomas Ainsworth

Assistant Head of Secondary & DP Coordinator

Thomas joined Léman in 2021, and he comes from West Yorkshire in the UK. He is currently the Diploma Programme Coordinator (DP) for Years 12-13. He also teaches English Language and Literature and has taught English Language Acquisition and History. Thomas has been working in education since 2008.

  • Has been in leadership roles including DP section head, head of department, and interim-academic head.
  • Master’s degree in Education from Mooreland University
  • Bachelor’s degree in English Studies and European Literature from the University of Sussex

Thomas has been a teacher of English Literature and Language, English Language Acquisition, and History for over a decade. His international experience includes working with the IB curriculum, the English National curriculum, Advanced Placement, ACT, IELTS and TOEFL. He has held leadership positions such as IB Diploma Coordinator, EAL Coordinator and Head of Modern Languages, as well as taking on many other administrative duties supporting the senior leadership team. His pedagogical ethos is that students should be encouraged to take ownership of their work wherever possible, and to try to make their studies relevant to their lives.

 

An adopted son of Chengdu, Thomas first visited the city in 2008 with the intention of staying for a single year teaching English before returning to his native Yorkshire. Presently, Thomas finds himself still in Chengdu, married to a local woman, raising a small son, and paying off a mortgage. Having worked as a teacher in other cities in China and back in Europe, Thomas has no regrets about settling down in Sichuan; it is the place he wants to be most, with its relaxed culture and spicy food.

 

Thomas’s passions are film, music and food, but he occasionally finds time to go cycling and hiking in the mountains around Chengdu and beyond too. He is also a creative writer and harbours some vague notion that one of his short stories could eventually blossom into a commercially successful novel. Apart from that he enjoys hanging out with family and friends.