I believe the class should be a homely, creative, vibrant and enlightening setting, where learning is taking place every single moment of the day. Therefore, I always allow new opportunities for children to learn whether it is me doing the teaching, the children learning by themselves or teaching each other something new. I strive to develop passionate learners, self-confident, happy, socially aware and independent children.
I began my teaching career by training to become a special needs learning assistant. I then went on to completing my PGCE and Masters in London where I specialised in Early Years and Special Educational Needs.
During my career I have mainly worked in Early Years. However, during my time in Dubai, I have also worked in KS1, KS2 and KS3. My previous roles included being the EYFS leader at an international school in Dubai, RE Co-ordinator and EYFS lead training mentor. I have been observed by Ofsted, the Local Education Authorities and Head Teachers, always achieving outstanding levels of teaching.
During my free time I love cooking and creating my own new dishes with a Bengali or Moroccan twist. I really love a good adventure, so in the school holidays you can find my husband and I at the airport embarking on our next journey together.