Rebecca’s teaching career began in Huddersfield where she taught Religion, Philosophy and Ethics, PSHCE and Citizenship to students from Year 7 to Year 11 and developed a passion for facilitating opportunities for pupils both in and out of the classroom to develop into confident, respectful young citizens. Rebecca has thoroughly enjoyed working in a diverse and multicultural community throughout her teaching career and has actively encouraged pupils to learn from those around them.
She has always ensured that her classroom is a safe space of mutual respect and understanding and this is very much at the core of her educational philosophy today. Rebecca has been lucky enough to hold a number of positions alongside teaching, including Head of PSHCE, Head of House and Cross-Phase Coordinator; working with local Primary Schools to bridge the gap before they move up to Secondary School. When the opportunity to move to Singapore came along, she jumped at the chance to be part of Dover Court.
Outside of school, Rebecca has a love of experiencing new things and visiting as many places as possible - she has previously been found on safaris in South Africa, parachuting out of planes for charity and climbing Mount Kilimanjaro. She does, however, like to relax too and loves to get lost in a new book or take long walks with her dog, Alfie.