Being a member of the learning support team, Rajshree worked with students both on an individual and small group basis, a major factor to ensuring their deepened understanding of and access to the curriculum.
She was responsible for both the planning and teaching of focused lessons and for the implementation of individual Education Plans (IEPs) for each child in her care. She has been involved in collating data and working on assessments with students.
She has also contributed to several human resource projects whilst in the school, including developing a competency framework for support staff and being a member of a staff welfare committee.
Adventurous in spirit, she then decided to take on the position of a Director in an Early Years setting in Melbourne. Her role as a Director involved caring for and nurturing children under my care and working closely with their families. She was responsible for the development of curriculum (EYLF) and implementing strategies to encourage inclusions within the classrooms. This role gave her the opportunity to organize staff meetings, trips, school concerts and charity work with the community. She was in charge of introducing new parents to the school and ensuring their child of a safe and comfortable transition to school life.
Since 2007, she has attended more courses in special needs, including a Certificate in TEFL and a Diploma in Special Education Needs (SEN). She was delighted to be offered a position in DCIS as an Educational Support Teacher. She is pleased to be working with the staff, children and parents of DCIS.
She takes great pride in the things she does and ensures that she completes a task after starting it. She is passionate about playing the drums, music and dancing. Furthermore, she enjoys cross- stitch, beading and any activity that allows her to be creative. She appreciates new cultures and learning about them, particularly, when travelling. She also has an interest in non-fiction books, especially on self-development.