Founder & Head of Curriculum
- Bachelor of Business Management in Corporate Communications & Marketing, SMU
- Postgraduate Diploma in Education (Secondary), National Institute of Education
Esther is English Mastery’s founder and curriculum designer. As a former MOE English and Literature teacher with more than 14 years of teaching experience, and 7 years of curriculum writing experience, her work is to empower English teachers at English Mastery by giving them the right tools and training. She believes that a good English teacher is one who can deliver first-class instructions inside the classroom, and provide constructive feedback on students’ work outside the classroom.
- Bachelor of Social Sciences in Sociology and Corporate Communications, SMU
Teacher Stella is a vivacious English teacher who contributes to our teaching materials. Imparting skills and knowledge is second nature to her as she has taught in public events and workshops.
As she loves the English language, her goal is to help ignite her student’s passion for the subject. By making her classes engaging and relatable, she hopes that her students will develop a strong interest in writing and become independent learners. Her motivation to teach comes from the belief that her students are acquiring a valuable skill that they can use for the rest of their lives.
- Bachelor of Arts in Media and Communications & Psychology, University of Melbourne
Teacher Iris is an English teacher equipped with experience in the editorial department and marketing communications. During the time spent working in these fields, she has produced magazine articles and done copywriting work. The exacting standards laid down by these sectors have enabled her to understand the significance of word choice and the rewards of careful refinement in any piece of writing.
Beyond elevating her students’ writing and English skills, Iris finds it most meaningful when she can help foster the same passion for the English language that she has.
- Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting & Business Economics and Law, University of Alberta in Canada
Teacher Samantha wants to motivate her students to find the cohesion and confidence to express themselves. Inspired by her own English teachers in her younger years, she began her own teaching path by conducting consultation sessions as a teaching assistant in her University. As a mentor with AIDHA (a non-profit organization to empower female domestic workers), she has coached her students to learn money management and digital education.
She finds it most meaningful for each student to find their own voice to reach their full personal and academic potential. In her lessons, she hopes to guide her students to apply English fundamentals so they can express themselves on how they understand the world and opine on societal issues.