I became a father for the first time last year and most of my time is now spent with my son. In my rare moments of free time, I love to play football, golf and guitar.
The idea of being involved in building and developing a new school intrigued me before I came to work at NAISAK and still motivates me on a daily basis. New ideas to improve learning are implemented frequently and I feel that I am always learning new things and that I have to learn more about the art of teaching to continue to work here. I feel that this challenging environment benefits me greatly as a teacher and I become a better teacher by being part of it. The melange of teachers, and students, from around the world, in and international environment, also opens my eyes to new ideas and cultures.
I look forward to being part of the Year 4 and Primary teams this year and hope to further develop and improve my teaching by working with other teachers. I also hope to help others in their own development too in a similar way.
I have very high expectations for my students for all facets of school life. I endeavour to model these expectations and values as a teacher and hope to inspire and motivate my students to behave in a similar way.
I will try to communicate clearly and effectively with parents through all means of communication. I will encourage parents to communicate their own feelings at every opportunity. I will try to incorporate parents into the student’s learning through home learning activities and through suggestions at parent teacher meetings throughout the year.