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Overseas Governess

Location: Overseas

Reference: ELC-1135870


T is a professional, kind and very hard-working nanny/governess. She worked as an English teacher and tutor in the UK and overseas before finding her first governess role three years ago. This position was in Saudi Arabia with two girls following Key Stages 1 and 2. T is dedicated to making sure that her students fulfil their potential and strives to create a happy and positive learning environment for children. As well as tutoring and preparing lessons, T is interested in the pastoral side of the governess role. She is approachable, supportive and respectful of all cultures.


T is now seeking a new governess role. She would like to explore more of the Middle East and find a position in the UAE, Qatar or Kuwait. Her experience is suited to children older than five and she is available from the summer.


  • Working with children from school age
  • Planning and delivering lessons
  • Creating an atmosphere conducive to learning
  • Incorporating learning into play
  • Following curriculums
  • Teaching English as a foreign language
  • Liaising with schools
  • Homework support
  • Teaching etiquette
  • Modelling positive behaviour
  • Travelling with families
  • Sourcing fun activities
  • Arts and crafts
  • Liaising with other staff
  • Tidying up after children
  • Confident driver
  • Pet friendly

Spoken Languages

  • English


  • 2019 – Paediatric First Aid
  • 2007 – Cambridge Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
  • 2004 – Certificate in Counselling Skills

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February 12, 2020

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