I think English is a wonderful, rich language. I have always been fascinated by the origins of words and the nuances of the language. I love the opportunity I have to share my love of this language with my students.
When I started to teach with EC many moons ago (about 12 years) the school was across the road from my home. It was a small school with maybe 20 classes. It was really lovely, we were like one big family. I realised then that I had found my niche in life...This was where I wanted to be and just what I wanted to do. The school moved to St. Julian’s...it grew, and grew, and grew. I grew with it. I did my best to adapt to all the changes. Hopefully I managed.
Today, EC is huge, it is global, and I still love it. It is exciting to be a part of this ever-growing, ever-changing company. A plethora of emotions have accompanied me at EC throughout the years. Both students and colleagues have come and gone, there have been many tears, as well as much laughter and happiness.
I have always loved a challenge. Teaching regularly presents me with new challenges which keep me on my toes. Whether a rather weak exam class or a ‘difficult’ student...I relish the chance to overcome whatever challenge comes my way.