I started working at St. Andrews International School Bangkok in 2005 as a Learning Support Assistant. It was my first job working in the educational field. After a year, I decided to attend Au Pair Care Program in America to learn more about Child Development and to improve my English skills. I studied and received a Certification of Participation in English as a Second Language Program in the Highest Level from Forsyth Tech Communication College in North Carolina. When I came back to Thailand in 2007, St. Andrews offered me a job again and I’ve been working here ever since.
After achieving a Graduate Diploma Program in Teaching Profession in 2015 and earning my teaching license from Khurusapa, now I have slightly changed my role and become a teacher in the EYFS and KS1 Learning Support Department.
Working with special needs children is an extremely gratifying and challenging profession. It makes me feel very good that I can make a difference and help them to bring out their strengths. Allowing special needs children to learn in school makes our school most unique. The school environment never changes even though we have grown from a small to medium sized school.