Before embarking on teaching internationally, I took my PGCE with King's College London and started my career in England. I worked in two different state schools: one in Hertfordshire and the other in Dulwich, London. I decided to leave the UK as I had heard many positive things about teaching internationally. Before coming to Thailand I taught for two years at an international school in Cairo. Egypt is a wonderful country and I hope to go back there one day. I decided to try Thailand as an opening at St. Andrews was advertised and this is an international school where I can appreciate working with pupils from different nationalities.
In my spare time I like to cook, try new food and go out to restaurants. I also love hiking and swimming.
This school is different from other schools I have worked at because children from the primary school have the opportunity to learn foreign languages from a younger age. Also there are a wider range of languages on offer.
"Miss. Lucie's lessons are fun and we learn a lot of new vocabulary in French."