Having been a member of Victoria’s curriculum development team, a Head Teacher, Principal, and mother of two successful Victoria alumni, I have seen much development and growth in children over the years. My belief is that teachers are gardeners that cultivate the seeds so that they may grow into strong seedlings. Every child is unique and has different potential. The dedicated and loyal teaching team that ensures the success of Lower Kornhill campus agrees that children need to face different challenges in their process of growing. We strive to cultivate them to become global citizens, and to be prepared for the challenges of the future.
As a lifelong learner, I want to know more about the world around me, and become a good role model for my students so that they will explore at home, at school, or even in the natural environment. Through my IB training I have deepened my understanding of inquiry and built confidence in delivering the IB curriculum.
I share, observe, explore and learn with students through images and life experiences. This helps them understand and appreciate the culture and history of the various nationalities. Through shared experiences my students can learn about the whole world, and become internationally minded learners.
As an educator, I understand the importance of a balanced approach to teaching and learning. I believe as educators, we are responsible for teaching and providing learning opportunities that will enable our children to become successful global citizens.
I love teaching children because they naturally learn through curiosity. Therefore learning through games has always been one of my goals. The implementation of the IB curriculum allows me to design teaching content using fun and interesting explorative games so that children can learn happily.