Today is the last day of term, the year has shot by. The students left yesterday but staff are in today. Those leaving are clearing out, those staying like me are tidying up.
So for me it was a chance to tackle the cupboard in my room. It brought back memories of clearing out my office a year ago.
There are a number of colleagues departing this year (the nature of International Schools with two year contracts I suppose. Qatar, Thailand, Uganda, Australia, Romania, Netherlands and the UK are all on the list of next destinations for colleagues.
The year has flown by. I have achieved a year without absence for the first time in many years (possibly only the second time ever!).
A year of teaching ICT – in many ways the same as ever but in so many ways different.
A year in which no child has been openly defiant, no child has sworn at me- these two are occurrences sadly unheard of in the UK. A year of well behaved and eager students, hot weather, wet or dry. A year of monkeys in the playground, exotic birds in the trees, new computers, old computers, power cuts and generators.
So the term is up and holidays about to start. You can follow our Summer travels on a new blog Victoria to Victoria.