Mr Brian Frost – Head of Science and Technology
Mr Frost is from Christchurch, New Zealand. He has been teaching for the last 14 years in New Zealand, El Salvador, The Philippines and Thailand. His background is in Electrical Engineering, where he travelled and worked internationally. He has a Graduate Diploma in Teaching and Learning. Mr Frost enjoys tinkering with electronics and runs electronics’ clubs after school. Mr Frost is a keen reader and runner; he also enjoys watching and playing rugby.
Mr Johnny Man – Technology Coordinator
Mr Man joined GIS in 2016 from the UK, where he worked in the Kent area for over 10 years. He completed his PGCE at Canterbury Christchurch University, and he is also a qualified tennis and football coach. Mr Man is coaching football to Primary and Secondary students and really enjoys all sports. Mr Man also likes outdoor activities such as cycling, swimming and kayaking. He also loves travelling and exploring Thailand. He enjoys cooking and eating all types of food, especially spicy Asian cuisine.
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Mr Brian Cullen – Science Teacher
Mr Cullen is a zoologist with a particular interest in marine biology. He previously taught Science in the UK and decided to move to Thailand after working on a marine conservation project on the island of Koh Tao in the summer of 2010. He has now been living here and working at GIS for six years, and in his spare time enjoys SCUBA diving, spending time with his family and eating Thai food at beach restaurants.
Mr Andrew Hennigan – Science Teacher
Mr Hennigan joined GIS from Bratislava in 2017, where he worked for two years. Before that he taught in El Salvador, Malaysia and the UK. Prior to retraining as a teacher, he was an Industrial Chemist for Linde Gas and a Process Technologist for London Rubber Company. Previously he has coached rugby and athletics and offered extra-curricular activities such as code breaking, science fiction appreciation and creative writing. He is joined by his wife, Karen, and their six-year-old son. In his spare time he likes to cook, read science fiction and travel.
Khun Fon – Science and Technology TA
K.Fon graduated with a B.Sc. majoring in Microbiology, Faculty of Science, Burapha University in Thailand in 2011 and graduated with a M.Sc degree, majoring in Environmental Science in 2017, also from Burapha University. Between studying, she was awarded a scholarship to study Science in Finland.
K.Fon loves science and likes to learn and try new things. Away from school, K.Fon likes to read books, listen to music, travel and spend time with her family or friends.
Mr Chris Fung – Science Teacher
Mr Fung, born in San Francisco, is of Hong Kong-Cantonese parentage. After earning Bachelor degrees in Chemistry and Japanese, a Master's in Education (all three from the University of California), and a CELTA in Amsterdam, Mr Fung moved to Thailand in 2007. He had taught in Californian public schools and a Thai private school collectively for ten years before joining GIS in 2015. Along with his interest in learning languages, Mr Fung dabbles in computational linguistics and grammar during his free time. His favourite place is the Quartier Latin in Paris.
Mr Tom Stacey – Design Technology Teacher
Mr Stacey joined GIS from London, where he worked in schools for three years. Prior to that he worked as a chef in a central London restaurant and originally trained as an architect. He is joined by his partner, Miss Morris. Outside of school Mr Stacey is a passionate cook and cyclist.