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A day in the life of… Hannah Kulin

This teacher has embraced the Thai culture and had time to enjoy what the city of Bangkok has to offer

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I imagined my teaching job at a brand-new private international school in Bangkok would be in a ready-to-go building. Instead, I arrived at a building site.

In three weeks’ time, pupils were supposed to walk through the doors, ready to learn.

I knew when I accepted my job that I couldn’t expect things to be perfect, but I hadn’t expected this.

After six years of teaching primary in the UK, I was used to starting the school year planned and prepared, with my classroom displays up and last year’s schemes of work ready to go. But during those first weeks in Thailand, I had to create whole ...

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