Year 1 Class Teacher and Y1/2 Coordinator, Pun Hlaing campus
Lindsy joined Dulwich College Yangon after a successful 5 year at Dulwich College Beijing. Holding both a Britsh and an American passport, Lindsy has taught in Cornwall, England as well as in China. With nine years of teaching experience in the Early Years and the Junior School, Lindsy has also held coordinator positions in the Early Years Foundation Stage and Key Stage One. She holds a degree from the University of Kent at Canterbury in Social Anthropology and Social Policy and continues to be interested in different cultures and the social issues that affect our modern world. A passion for teaching children who have English as an additional language, Lindsy is continuing her education towards a Masters in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) through the University of Nottingham. She is currently writing her dissertation about attitudes towards a child's mother tongue. Lindsy loves to hike and explore nature and her favourite place in the world is New Zealand. Whilst living in New Zealand she hiked a volcano called the Tongariro Crossing, and the Milford Sound which is a 3-day hike. Lindsy is excited to be a part of the DCY team and is looking forward to sharing her passions for learning about the world with the children.