Lucy Remen

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

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.