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Team Wednesday Club and Holiday Club
Kira, a Canadian with Portuguese and Colombian roots is the English teacher for the Yellow Class and Club 2, and is animating Cook & Sing.
Kira is passionate about teaching, doing arts and crafts projects, and baking. She has been working with children for the past 6 years, as a kindergarten and elementary school teacher at SEK International School in Costa Rica and at an elementary school in the Basque Country, Spain.
She looks forward to creating and experiencing new things at Living School.
Emilie has just finished her CAP early childhood knowledge. She has done several internships at Living School to combine her passion for education and her desire to contribute positively to society. She intends to become an early childhood educator.
She joins the Living School team as an animator and teaching assistant in the blue class.
Enseignante anglophone, multi-niveaux
Born in Malaysia, Mary has the Irish nationality. She has grown up in Ireland and in London. She has a TEFL certificat (Teaching English as a Foreign Language). She has worked a lot with young children while she was living in Ireland and did several humanitarian works in South Africa and Asia.
Directrice primaire Living School
After-School and Ecocitizenship activities Coordinator. With her Master´s in Anthropology and training in dance and music, Mauve coordinated activities and worked with teenagers and children in different parts of the world for six years. She has, most notably, traveled to Cameroon, Mali, and to the Antilles Islands where she spearheaded education projects. She also co-organizes and teaches the Wednesday English Club and Vacation Clubs at Living School. Mauve is studying the Dalcroze music teaching approach.
Enseignante en primaire
Andrea HERNANDEZ DIAZ
Andrea teaches mathematics in Class 1 and Class 2 and has recently started teaching after school classes of puppetry and Spanish. As you can tell by her name, Andrea comes to us from Spain! Holding a Master’s in Psychopedagogy, she has worked closely with children since 2003, first as a Spanish and English teacher. She has had numerous international experiences: in a school in Bristol, in an orphanage in Uganda, in a middle school in Mexico and even with children in the streets of Madrid. She also taught for 2 years in Grenada in an alternative nursery and primary school. She is passionate about theatre and the creation of marionnettes!
(Currently on maternity leave)