Semarang Multinational School

Sri Utami

Utami is Semarang Multinational School’s toddlers teacher. Prior to working here she was the class teacher of special needs children at Sekolah Luar Biasa for over 5 years. Since then Utami has worked at Semarang Multinational School in the Early Years, Preschool & Kindergarten class and as our art specialist teacher. She likes to painting, drawing and creating art. Utami loves children and she believes every child is unique. Teaching children has become a part of her life.

Semarang Multinational School

Desi Kusmanto

Desi has been working in Semarang Multinational School for the last 8 years. After she graduated from Diponegoro University Faculty of Letters, Desi immediately worked at SMS and has taught across many different levels of class. In 2009 she moved to Jakarta and worked for an international school in Jakarta. There, she specialized in early years level. With her 9 years experiences in 2 different international schools, Desi has improved her knowledge and teaching skills. For her, Early years is amazing phase where children are developed in their unique way and SMS is the best place for everyone (including her) to learn and develop.
sisca

Fransisca Widhi

Sisca is our fantastic Infant and Toddlers teacher. She graduated from a psychology faculty in 2007 and has been working with children for the last 6 years. Sisca started as a teacher assistant for gifted children then in 2008 she worked as a tutor in an English course. Sisca has taught students from kindergarten level to teenagers. Sisca enjoyed teaching English and decided that she would continue her experience in an International School setting so she joined Semarang Multinational School in October 2008. During Sisca’s second year at Semarang Multinational School, she was asked to be the lead teacher in the Toddler class. Sisca has said “It’s a wonderful experience and I continually improve my skills in teaching children. I find that Semarang Multinational School gives me opportunities to expand knowledge by providing teachers professional development such as guided reading, running records, international mindedness, and guidance with our International Primary Curriculum.”