I graduated from the Faculty of Arts, Egypt, following which I worked as a Foundation Stage teacher for six years. I enjoyed working with the children during this period, and gained experience that allowed my to develop my own teaching methods.
I love music and I enjoy reading literature. I love to travel and learn about different cultures and experiences, and I feel great pleasure in helping others and seeing them happy. I love my family very much and enjoy spending time with my little girls and seeing their smiles, which makes me happy and optimistic about everything.
I am very lucky to be joining NAISAK and I look forward to being part of the team. Work in this school is very interesting; it truly is an international school, and the mix of nationalities allows many opportunities for cultural exchange. I think that the NAISAK team works very well together, there is a mutual cooperation and respect between all members of staff, which creates a healthy work environment and helps everybody achieve their goals.
I believe that it is important for their to be a constant dialogue between a teacher and his/her students. I want my students to be comfortable asking questions, and I will encourage and grant them opportunities to show their unique abilities and potential. I will use the method of deduction in my call, and ask questions in a way that students are excited about the answer.
I will communicate regularly with parents in regards to their child’s progress at school, through his/her communication book, as well as telephone calls and emails. Parents are encouraged to schedule a meeting with me if they have any questions or concerns about their child’s learning progress.