I was born in Panama and moved to Belgium in 2002. I have been teaching and having fun in international schools for more than 15 years. I enjoy baking, practising yoga and sharing the joys of life with my two young sons and husband.
Originally from Spain, I have been living in Belgium for the past 7 years. I have 3 years of leadership experience in an American company, and years of teaching experience in European and International schools. I have lived in several countries such as U.S.A, Poland, Spain and Belgium, and am fluent in English, French and Spanish. In my spare time I love travelling, reading, learning new things, as well as spending time with my family and friends.
Adrian Tudorica, Pre-school assistant, Garderie
I have been living in Belgium for 10 years. Passionate about teaching, I enjoy working with children of all ages. My interests include photography, music, hiking and other outdoor activities. I am glad to be part of the ISF Community.
French from Paris, I’ve taught French, Modern Literature, Philosophy and History for the past 21 years in Paris and abroad. I love my time in class, and believe that teaching is a work of the heart. I enjoy Classical Rock, movies, Baudelaire, Voltaire, Sacha Guitry and Oscar Wilde.
I have 25 years teaching experience in private schools in Australia and Belgium and in the last 8 years I have been in leadership positions. I have also been a curriculum developer for the Ministry of Education in Victoria, Australia. I have always been and continue to be involved with a variety of Educational organisations such as Junior School Heads Association of Australia (JSHAA) and Council of English Speaking Schools in Belgium (CESSIB).
I have been in Belgium for over ten years, I have a Masters and a degree as well as many sporting qualifications such as FA Coaching, FA Refereeing, skiing and P.A.D.I Scuba diving. My main passion is playing, coaching, refereeing and watching football
HI, I’m Bob Cavanagh, I have taught in the UK, South America and Africa and although born in London, traveled widely with my parents. I have lived in Belgium longer than in any other country and think of here as home. I am teaching A Level Maths and Physics. I follow yoga and can often be found at Beer Festivals and wandering around looking for GeoCaches.
Cobus Steyn, Head of Secondary, English & History Teacher
I was born and raised in sunny South Africa and have lived and worked in Namibia, England, and the United Arab Emirates. History is a passion of mine and I enjoy museums and places of interest. I try to play golf, and am an avid scuba diver and keen gamer. Once, I jumped off the highest bridge bungee jump in the world – a staggering 210meter fall! I am also an internationally qualified rugby coach, an International Award Leader and Assessor and a Cambridge International Examinations Assessor. I am passionate about education and believe in the holistic development of students, and place great importance on learning outside of the classroom.
I started teaching French as a foreign language to the little ones in Kansas-City, and I enjoyed it a lot. This is why I’m now enjoying doing the same with ISF Waterloo’s younger students.
I am originally from Leeds, West Yorkshire in the UK and have taught in a number of diverse schools in England. I enjoy every sport imaginable especially rugby and cycling. I love music and play the guitar and bass. I have many other interests such as writing, hiking and enjoy experiencing as many culinary delights as possible.
Originally from Yorkshire in the UK, I have been living in Belgium for the past 10 years. My interests are broad and varied, they include Art & Design, Music, Sport and Military History. In my spare time I volunteer as a teacher at the OCMW where I teach pensioners about British Traditions and Culture.
I was born and grew up in Copenhagen. I moved to Belgium in 1993 and worked as a school bus driver and maintenance worker. I returned to Denmark for 4 years and set up my own company and then decided to return to Belgium to continue my previous work. I have two lovely children and enjoy bowling and making sculptures. I enjoy working with iron and on roofs; the higher the better.
I have been in Belgium for 10 years. l hold a Masters of Administration. I am enjoying ISF’s multicultural environment. As part of administration team I assist the staff, parents and students. I like doing outdoor activities with my kids especially cycling and hiking.
Jessica Beamish– Class 7 Teacher
I was born and raised in Canada and received my Education Degree from the University of Alberta. After graduation, I taught for three years in Canadian schools before moving abroad. In my spare time I enjoy travelling, photography, reading, yoga, as well as spending time with my family and friends. I am very excited to join the team at ISF Waterloo and look forward to the upcoming school year.
Kate Morrison- EAL, English, Drama, IELTS
I grew up in Canada, New Zealand and Scotland and have lived in both Luxembourg and Belgium in the last 10 years. I am a qualified secondary school teacher (UK) and over the years have taught History, English, Global Perspective, EAL and Drama as well as spending some time in a school leadership position. I have also worked in and managed non-profits related to human rights, citizenship and education in the UK and in Belgium. In my spare time I enjoy yoga, hiking, gardening, writing and spending time with my family.
I grew up in South Africa where I earned separate degrees in Education and English Literature and Literary Theory. After completing teacher training in England I moved to Belgium to earn a Master’s degree and have since joined ISF as an English and IELTS teacher. As a citizen of both South Africa and The Netherlands I am excited to be a part of a multi-cultural educational institution such as ISF and I look forward to contributing to the rich diversity the school has to offer.
I was born in Mexico City but I am a Polish national as well. After graduating, I began my teaching career as a primary school teacher, but also taught English to young children and adults. I lived in Poland for 13 years and worked as a teacher in Wrocław and Warsaw. I moved to Belgium and began my adventure at ISF Waterloo. I enjoy teaching and working with children of various ages. I enjoy learning languages and look forward to learning French. I love reading, meeting friends and travelling to new places, though I spend most of my time with my family. I have two girls who keep me really busy outside school.
Educated as a carpenter in Copenhagen, I moved to Belgium in 1991 and started my own DIY company. I have a passion for coming up with solutions for any problems, the more difficult the better. My interests are golf, cars, architecture, the weather, travelling, life and my job.
I started my teaching career more than 20 years ago in the USA. Back in Belgium I worked in several types of schools, including international and European schools. I also worked in businesses. I started teaching at ISF in 2005. Since then I have taught French, EAL, class 3, class 7 and Business Studies. I earned a PhD in 2012 and have become an accredited Mediator in Belgium in 2016. I enjoy working with people from different cultural backgrounds. I am very happy to be part of the ISF Community.
Originally from Belgium, I had the chance to teach in various schools in Belgium, Louisiana and recently in different International Schools in Brussel. Being an immersion teacher in the USA gave me my first opportunity to work with children who don’t speak any words in French. Now, as a teacher of a second language, I enjoy teaching students to develop greater fluency speaking in french in my own country. I am glad to be a part of ISF Waterloo team this year. It’s always for me a fantastic opportunity to work in a multicultural environment which is always personally enriching.
Half-Lebanese, half-Trinidadian with a Franco-American education, my background is in engineering as an architect, public speaking coach and social worker volunteer. I like to bring out the practical aspect of science in everyday life.
I am Belgian and after earning my teaching degree I worked in the States for eight years. I worked in Louisiana, Boston and Seattle. I am very excited to be part of the teaching team at ISF and work with such as diverse and international community.
Originally from Finland I have been living in Belgium since 2008. I enjoy travelling and reading, and have a special love for arts and crafts. A good challenge makes my day.
As I decided to start my teaching career abroad I moved from Croatia to Belgium in 2016, right after earning a Masters degree in Primary Education and English language. I like travelling and meeting people from different cultures which I believe is the best way of broadening my horizons. I also have passion for crossfit and basketball. As an enthusiastic teacher committed to meeting the learning needs of each and every student I believe ISF Waterloo is the best place for me.
I am originally from the Wirral in the UK and have been living in Belgium now for over twenty years. I have been interested and active in a variety of sporting and adventurous activities for most of my life. Mainly sailing, cycling and walking now. I have been teaching in a variety of schools for over twenty years but was also an Outdoor pursuits instructor before becoming a teacher. I gained my teaching degree at Liverpool John Moores University. I love doing crafts, sewing, knitting, and the like, read lots, and enjoy gardening.
Born in Gloucestershire, I started teaching in Hampshire in the late nineties. Life and work since then have brought me to Brussels via south-west France. Five years’ teaching international students in the “capital of Europe” has been exhilarating and immensely satisfying. I firmly believe that learning should be an enjoyable experience and I look forward to putting that into practice at ISF.
Originally from Dublin, I have been living in Belgium for 15 years. Before coming to ISF Waterloo I worked for a number of years as a legal secretary in Brussels. I enjoy reading, travelling, music and spending time with my family.
Originally from Australia, I have been living in Belgium for the past 4 years. I have a teaching diploma (Music) and a Masters degree in Music Performance. Before moving to Belgium I had been teaching Music in schools for 4 years. Aside from this I was also an active member of the music scene in my hometown, Adelaide. Along with the piano, I have a passion for singing and theatre. I enjoy teaching music and hope to spread my love of music to the students here at ISF Waterloo.