Lucy Remen

Teaching Assistant
Bachelor degree in business administration (university of Arusha) and Certificate in teaching methodology (Mandaka Teachers College)
Tanzania

Lucy Remen

Where have you worked before joining Kennedy House?

I have taught in three different schools. I spent six years teaching English and mathematics in pre-school in Tanzania, a year teaching social studies and working as a teaching assistance in year 1 and 2 at Feza international school in Arusha Tanzania and six months as a one to one classroom assistance in St. Constantine international school in Tanzania.

Why did you choose teaching as a career and what do you try to instill in your pupils?

I chose to be a teacher because to me teaching is not just a profession, it is a mission. Children are like clay are moulded and shaped by the hand of teacher (PanditJ L . Nehrn) I try to instill honesty, a love for learning, being responsible and good manners.

Apart from teaching role, what else do you get involved with at school?

I am very passionate about Art and designing, paper crafting, I also love to support students who find learning difficult.

In your opinion what make Kennedy House Special?

A Nurturing environment, appropriate facilities, well managed classroom and clear fair disciplinary policy.

Who or what inspire you?

My primary teacher who taught me in year 1&2.

I am inspired by myself.

Tell us something that not a lot of people know about you?

I am talented in Art and craft.