Hello! My name is Sean.
I’m from UK, but I was born in Singapore and went to university in Australia.
I studied international politics and Japanese in university, and used to volunteer at a preschool in Singapore.
I look forward to teaching your children, and I’m sure they have a great time with me.
Let’s have fun with English.
Sean : English teacher/UK
Hello! My name is Sean.
Suguru : English teacher /Canada
Hello, my name is Suguru Fung.
I’m from Canada.
I’ve been teaching in Japan for 7 years.
Before coming to Japan, I was a swimming instructor and a lifeguard.
I love teaching and seeing a child smile.
Let’s work together and smile.
Yuko : (Manager/Bilingual Teacher)
Hello, my name is Yuko.
I have many years of experience working as a childcare facility manager, a nursery and Kindergarten teacher, and an English teaching assistant. I also have experience working in an international school.
I hope everyday will be exiting and wonderful for the children and I look forward to watching and supporting their growth.
Ai (Bilingual Teacher)
Hello! My name is Ai.
After teaching at a Japanese kindergarten and preschool, I studied abroad for two years, and upon returning to Japan have been teaching at an international preschool for the past five years.
I would like to share many different experiences, both joyous and difficult, with the children, while providing quality childcare and education.
I look forward to making use of my teaching experience to create an environment filled with smiles and laughter together with the children!
Midori (Bilingual Teacher)
Hello, my name is Midori.
I have experience working in a childcare center in Japan and volunteering at a daycare in Vancouver.
I’m happy to learn and spend with children at FUTURE.
I would like to spend more time with children and assist them to grow up.
Let’s make days a very special one together!!
Hello! I’m Sonoko. I worked at elementary and junior high school as an English teacher before.
When I was in a college, it’s for a short period but I volunteered teaching Japanese culture to elementary school students in US. In addition, I had so many experiences related to educations. I always try to make my students enjoy and learn a lot in my lesson. Live each day to the fullest, I’ll support the growth of children.Thank you.
Hello, my name is Fumie.
I have worked both for nursery and international schools.
I would like to take advantage of all the things I have learned and acquired.
I always keep in mind to give concideration to children’s feelings and to take care of them with full of affection.
Let us have wonderful days together.
Hello, I’m Ayaka. I studied in Australia for one year after I graduated Junior college. I was an au pair for three children. And sometimes I volunteered at daycare. I taught them Japanese, culture, some songs and origami.
I’d like to spend a lot of time with kids laughing, excited and sometimes even crying together. Let’s make wonderful memories.
Hello everyone! My name is Miki and it is a pleasure to meet of you.
While I was on a Study Abroad program at California State University Long
Beach, I was also involved in tutoring Japanese students at CSULB teaching
portions of class every week, and also teaching at a weekly Japanese School
program at Orange Coast Gakuen.
I look forward to helping everyone on their academic progress. I will set up
a comfortable environment for everyone and I hope to grow alongside your
Thank you for your time.