My name is Obed Zutu. I am currently teaching at Woodford International School as a part-time teacher for the Solomon Islands National Form 6 (SINF6) History class (Formerly known as PSSC – Pacific Senior Secondary Certificate) and also IGCSE 2 History. I have taught for more than 20 years at church-run secondary schools (SDA) here in the Solomon Islands and Vanuatu; and Secondary schools in Malaita and Western provinces. I am married and have 3 children. Well, I am honoured to be part of this great school. I like it very much here, as the school culture here is different to schools I have taught and run. It is true to its name “INTERNATIONAL” so the CULTURE is “INTERNATIONAL”. Like the MIX in here and would like to be part of it as long I have the opportunity.
My name is AUGUSTINE KAFUKESE and I am from Tikopia Island, Temotu Province in the eastern part of the Solomon Islands. I graduated from the University of Goroka, Papua New Guinea with a Bachelor’s degree in Secondary Education. I have spent the last 2 years teaching in Temotu province and came to Woodford this year 2016. I am a great believer in educating children as the best way of investing in/for the future. I love teaching, learning and experiencing new things and participating in great endeavours. My hobbies are reading, listening to good music and trying out new things with crazy ideas. I see Woodford International School as a pinnacle of academic aspirations and excellence in this country hence, I am proud and glad to be here helping and facilitating learning for the students.