Our Staff


The School has a stable and high quality teaching team. Currently 15 teachers are employed as classroom teachers. The School also has a pool of relief teachers as back up. All teachers are either qualified teachers with accreditations from Australia or with teaching qualification and experiences from China. Many teachers have attended systematic training courses by China Hanban, Overseas Affairs Office of State Council and Community Language School Association. All teachers are well trained and believe in “happy learning Chinese” philosophy and engage children to learn in a fun and interactive environment.


  • Teacher Guo Yu Jing graduated from Shenyang Normal College. She was a lecturer in a university for nearly 10 years before she immigrated to Australia. Currently Yujing teaches Chinese in a government high school. She loves teaching students at various ages and fully enjoys promoting Chinese language and culture. She is interested in the effective pedagogy research. Teacher Guo is not only passionate about teaching, delving into teaching methods, promoting Chinese culture, and is also meticulous and patient with teaching. Teacher Guo is deeply loved by students and parents.


  • Li Danding holds double degrees in German Language and Literature and Business Studies. She had been worked in Volkswagen Group for 6 years and was active in foreign language teaching in different institutes in China. Now she is studying TESOL/FLT at University of Canberra with a research focus and interest in heritage language learning/teaching. Her dynamic and children-friendly teaching style aims at communicativeness and interaction in the classroom.


  • Teacher Tian graduated from Fudan University in Shanghai in 2010 with a doctorate in Chinese Language and Literature. After pursuing a degree in education at the University of Canberra, she is currently an Australian registered teacher inACT. Teacher Tian joined FCCCI In April 2017, is mainly teaching Ma Liping classes and after-school Chinese classes. At the beginning of 2018, she took responsibilities for the after-school program. Teacher Tian focuses on dialogue with students and is committed to developing their curiosity, patience and practical communication skills in learning Chinese.


  • After graduation from University of International Relations in 2013, I worked as a TV producer related Chinese writing in Shanghai. Then I entered Monash University, majoring in Master of Communications and Media study. In 2017, I joined in FCCCI Chinese School, becoming an assistant teacher. Now, I am teaching Jinan University Year 5 students. I enjoy every time spent with children in Chinese School. Although I am a rookie in teaching Chinese, I believe I can do better and better with children.