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Kids&Us Angers

Notre équipe

Notre équipe

Notre équipe
Notre équipe

Tenez-vous prêts à vivre la passionnante mission d'enseigner l'anglais aux plus petits.

Notre priorité est de recruter des personnes capables d'enseigner, de motiver les enfants à apprendre l'anglais et sachant faire preuve d'empathie envers les plus petits. Une grande maîtrise de l'anglais, du dynamisme, du professionnalisme et une motivation majeure pour le travail sont les principales caractéristiques de notre équipe de professeurs.
 

Permettez-nous de vous les présenter :

  • Emma

    Emma

    Hi I’m Emma. I’m a French-Canadian from Ottawa and moved to France 13 years ago. I have a Degree in Communications from Ottawa University and worked in television & radio back home. Coming to France meant ‘career change’ and being completely bilingual, it was almost natural for me to become an English teacher. In the last 12 years, I have experienced teaching to adults, engineering students and, thanks to Kids and Us, to young children since Sept. 2015. What a GREAT new adventure! As a mom of three, it’s thrilling to be able to mix my motherhood experience with the Kids and Us interactive pedagogy when communicating with our young students. I get such a rush when a baby pronounces their very first English word/phrase and I am fascinated by our young students’ / Babies’ reactions, responses and interaction with each other. I have finally found what I want to do when I grow up! Emma, Kids&Us Angers.

  • Larry

    Larry

    My family is from Anjou but I grew up in Asia for most of my childhood. After studying languages, I chose to use this as a way to keep travelling abroad by teaching English and French in foreign countries. I have now decided to come back to my roots for the time being. Having grown up in a multicultural environment I understand the importance of being exposed to a foreign language at a young age. It's nice to be able to provide young children with such an opportunity with an interactive method and with small groups of pupils (before coming back to Anjou I was teaching at government schools in Vietnam where there are about fifty children in one single classroom so Kids and Us is a big change for me in that way)

  • Barbara

    Barbara

    Hello, I’m Barbara. I’m « half English, half French » and th emother of 4 children. I studied music (harp and piano) at the music academy and at the same time languages (English, German and Italian) at university. Having been a musician for years, I then started working with children in a situation of handicap, in different schools 8 years ago. I’m very pleased this year to join the happy Kids&Us team and be able to use my other tongue and skills with the children.

  • Emma

    Emma

    Hello, I am Emma. I am a translator and a teacher. I grew up in Clermont-Ferrand before moving to England where I studied translation, English history and Literature, followed by a master’s degree in Literary Translation in Avignon. I have always taken a great interest in the cultural diversity and how to expand it at an international level despite the language barrier. Thus, I value the importance of offering children the means to grow in a multicultural world. Learning a language at a young age widens horizons and reinforces potentials. I am extremely glad to be part of the new Kids&Us team and to take part in the development of children thanks to a fun and varied method!

  • Shayeka

    Shayeka

    Hi ! I am Shayeka. I grew up in Asia, Australia, USA and now destiny has brought me to France! Having grown up in different native English speaking countries, I realized the importance of learning English in early childhood and that has led me towards teaching ESL to children. I have experienced teaching adults, teenagers but I love working with children the most. It can, at times, be challenging, but in the end, it’s very rewarding, varied and fun! I think that although I am a teacher, with children I also go on learning every day. As well as teaching at Kids & Us, I’m studying “Tourism and Hotel management” at the Université d'Angers and I have a lifelong passion for cooking. Teaching at Kids& Us has been a whole new adventure for me, as the method is completely different than any other language school, and I’m thrilled to be a part of this team.

  • Alix

    Alix

    Hi ! My name is Alix. I’ve always loved learning languages, as I see it as a never ending game. After studying English in college, I spent a year working in a French immersion school in the US. This great cultural experience made me discover how much I love working with kids. Kids&Us is a great opportunity for me, as it allows me to keep doing what I’m passionate about and leaves me some time to work on the elementary school teacher test that I’ll be attending in April this year. Wish me luck !

  • Maitreya

    Maitreya

    Hello, I am Maitreya and I come from India. After finishing my schooling at one of the famous Anglo-Indian schools in my home town, I opted for France as my destination for my further education. Today I’m a PhD student and an assistant researcher in the field of Digital Marketing. In my opinion, working with kids and adolescents is very rewarding and makes me feel happy as, being part of the Kids&Us team, I feel like I’m playing an important role in help kids improve their linguistic skills for tomorrow.

  • Inès

    Inès

    Hello I'm Ines ! I was born in Spain and grew up in Argentina.....but decided to study english ! After a License and a Master in English literature and working in the associative and education fields I've decided to come teach here at Kids & Us ! I taught at university levels at technical, tourism and humanitarian schools so working with younger children is a new experience for me but one I'm enjoying very much. I love kids and I love teaching, using compassion and patience to respect the child's intelligence and allow them to feel safe and valued so they will feel comfortable enough to express themselves in English. Happy to be part of the team !

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