IT TAKES A VILLAGE TO RAISE A CHILD

Kindergarten is the first schooling experience for both parents and children: here at Little Genius International Kindergarten, we take tremendous care in making this life transition as simple and comfortable as possible. Our focus on partnerships between parents and teachers provides a strong community of support for each child which allows them to prosper and grow to their full potential. Our team motto is based on an African proverb; “It takes a village to raise to a child.” From international head teachers to cheerful security guards and bus drivers, each person at our school is here to promote self-discovery, awareness, and independence in each student. We fully believe that our play-based curriculum encourages children to mature emotionally and develop social skills while building self-confidence. Each class is kept small – 10 to 15 students – and consists of a foreign head teacher, a teaching assistant fluent in English and Vietnamese, and a nanny. Children are natural explorers with budding curiosity. At Little Genius International Kindergarten we go above and beyond to ensure your child’s educational growth and overall happiness.


MEET OUR AWESOME TEACHERS

Ranya Ayache

Ranya Ayache is originally from Canada and Lebanon and moved to Vietnam in 2014. An enthusiastic and positive teacher, Ray has been working with children for over seven years. With a degree in Psychology and Early Childhood Education, she has worked extensively with children under the age of five and loves designing, implementing, and leading our kindergarten to ensure it is a safe and fun environment to learn.

Adam Ford

Adam Ford is originally from the United Kingdom and moved to Vietnam in 2012 to continue his career in education. Adam persuades students to think outside of the box and helps them to learn in both a traditional and innovative manner. Over his four years of working at Little Genius, Adam has proven his skills in running a fun, educational, and engaging classroom that will ready your child for international school.

 

Natasa Stanojevic

Natasa Stanojevic is originally from Germany, and moved to Vietnam in 2012 to continue working with children. With over ten years of work experience in Germany and Switzerland and extensive knowledge in medicine, first aid, and special development needs, her class is full of rhymes, stories, and crafts centered around interesting educational topics.

 

Shannon Brown

Shannon Brown is originally from the United States and moved to Vietnam in 2014. With a degree in Social Work and a graduate degree in Public Health Education, she is focused on health and holistic learning. She has 4 years of teaching experience and her teaching style shows a commitment to creativity, compassion, and communication.

 


We are here! 200-202 Ha Huy Tap, Nam Thien 3, Tan Phong Ward, District 7, Ho Chi Minh City

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School Address

200-202 Ha Huy Tap, Nam Thien 3,

Tan Phong Ward, District 7, Ho Chi Minh City

Phone and email
Phone: 08 5412 5210
Email: inquiries@lgkids.vn

Business Hours
Monday to Saturday 8:00am to 6:00pm

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