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TALK TO OUR STAFF

Q&A interviews with our teachers and coaches

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It’s not easy to just pack up and move to Brunei, especially when there’s little information about the country online. These Q&A interviews may be useful to hear first hand stories from the perspectives of teachers currently living in Brunei. In these series of interviews we provide you with details about a day in the life of an expat teacher in Brunei. You will learn more about life inside and outside the classroom, their honest opinions of living in Brunei, and much more.

What is it really like teaching in Brunei?
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We have been living this wonderful life for 7+ years and we still enjoy it. It’s a beautiful safe country and a great place to base yourself for travel or savings.

Cathy Hadfield
Primary Literacy Coach
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Students are well behaved and my school is very well resourced. On the whole, it is a much easier environment to work in.

ALEX THEUMA
Primary Teacher
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As a non-Muslim here I feel safe, comfortable and accepted wholly by my colleagues and neighbours. You can make a good living, save well and be financially comfortable.

millie marriner
Primary Teacher
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I would recommend Brunei to any teachers who would like to live and work in a country that is safe, peaceful and quiet.

Anke van Schalkwyk
Secondary Teacher
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Expat kids of Brunei
What's it like living in Brunei?
Do people stay longer than one contract?
Can I expect a work/life balance with a family?
What can I expect when I arrive in Brunei?
What's it like to have a baby in Brunei?
How do Bruneian schools compare to London schools?
What is it like teaching in Brunei?
Are there any opportunities to further my career in Brunei?
What's it like to live in Temburong?
What sort of activities do Bruneian students enjoy in class?
What's it like in KB? What's it like for a single person?
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