I trained as a primary school teacher in UK and started my teaching career in schools in Manchester and London. I then taught in Brunei Darussalam for 4 years, which gave me an interest in South East Asia. I started working at Tunas Muda in 1993 and I have had the honour of being the Principal of TMS Kedoya for the past 16 years. I believe that if children are seen as individuals and treated with love and respect surrounded by an atmosphere of success, they will grow up into confident, loving and respectful people who can contribute positively to the world. The family atmosphere at TMS makes our school a home-from-home, not only for the students but also for the teachers and staff!