Patrice came to St. George's in 2001 having taught French and Spanish in both public and private schools in Vancouver and Victoria. She is passionate about learning and teaching languages, and enjoys sharing this joy with her students. She loves to hike, dance, and spend time with her family.
Igor started teaching at St. George’s in 2006 after moving to Vancouver from Toronto. His previous post codes were those of Ukraine, Italy and Missouri. At school Igor teaches French and Computer Studies as well as facilitates remote control airplane, guitar and Russian clubs. His favorite sports are tennis, downhill skiing and mountain biking. He speaks five languages and likes to improvise on an electric guitar.
Clubs: RC planes, Guitar, Russian Sports: Tennis, Skiing, Mountain Biking, Rock Climbing Favorite Musician: Joe Satriani Favorite Scientist: Stephen Hawking Favorite Actor: Tommy Lee Jones Favorite Athlete: Roger Federer
C. A. (McAnulty) Mori was born in Edinburgh, Scotland and emigrated with her family to Canada at a young age. She attended 10 schools in two countries and three provinces (Scotland, Saskatchewan, BC, Ontario) before her parents finally settled in Oyama. She attended French summer school at the Universite de Strasbourg after graduating from high school. Thereupon, she embarked on her undergraduate studies in Classics at UBC, doing a one-year major in French after her first degree. She later obtained a Master's in Classics. She reads in 6 languages (two of which are ancient) and speaks English, French, and Italian. Interests too numerous to mention include reading, writing letters to the editor and government, travelling, cooking and cycling.
James joined us from teh Vancouver School Board where he taught in the French immersion system. Now in his second year, he is excited to be part of the St. George's community where he is enjoying all of the wonderful challenges and experiences that are offered here. He is extremely impressed with the variety of activities offered to our students and what they are capable of achieving. James is a coach with both the hockey and field hockey programs while always participating in the linguistic and cultural activities associated with the school.
Mr. Sherman taught first year French at UBC for two years while completing his Masters degree. As well, he worked in the Burnaby and Vancouver public school systems before coming to work at St. George’s in 1991-92. Mr. Sherman is the staff coordinator for Destination ImagiNation, a club activity.