Dear Madam, dear Sir,
I am a professional educator who has worked for 29 years to develop myself through the education of my 4 children, who are now adults, aged 29, 28, 21 and 19, and who have given me the greatest joys of my life.
To validate this experience, I have just completed a maternity nursing course in London and am currently training to be a Montessori assistant educator for 3-6 year olds.
Now that my children are independent, it's time for me to continue doing what I have loved - helping children to grow, to build themselves as whole beings.
As babies, my children and I attended baby swimming classes and we thrive on baby and mummy gymnastics.
From the age of 3, my children followed the Willems method of music education.
They took music theory lessons and each played an instrument.
They all did sports, swimming, dancing, handball, diving. . .
As for crafts, we never stopped creating together, whether it was through drawing, pottery, woodwork, etc.
I had the chance to work as a paramedic, a nurse's aide, in different care units, such as maternity, neonatology, surgery but also palliative care.
I also worked in paediatric surgery and paediatrics while taking care of my children on my own because my husband was constantly on the move.
I often had to intervene in emergencies to take care of children, whether it was during domestic or road accidents.
I am looking forward to working in the English language that I love so much and teaching French to a child, helping them to develop and grow as well as helping parents with their daily tasks for as long as possible.
I am 53 years old, but I have the energy of a 25 year old and the desire to be able to support a family for as long as necessary.
I am used to packing for 6 people and travelling with children.
However, I would need to be housed.
I am certified in cardiopulmonary resuscitation, pediatric emergency and pool rescue.
I am a non-smoker and have a professional driving licence (Paramedic-EMT).
I am at your disposal to get to know you and for any other questions.
I look forward to meeting you.