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Rajshree Singh

Rajshree Singh

Primary SENCO and Learning Support Teacher (Full Time)

Rajshree completed her degree with a BA in Education (ECE) from the University of South Australia in 2003. She has also completed her qualification for the National SEN Award with the University of Wolverhampton in 2018 and holds a Master of Education in Inclusive and Special Education from Monash University since 2020.

Rajshree has been working at Dover Court International School as a SENCO / Learning Support Teacher, since 2013.

As a member of the learning support team, Rajshree works with students both on an individual and small group basis, supporting them to access to the curriculum. Her responsibilities also include working on assessments with students and collating data.

Previously, Rajshree has also worked as a Director in an Early Years setting in Melbourne where her role involved caring for and nurturing children, and working closely with their families. She was responsible for the development of curriculum (EYLF) and implementing strategies to encourage inclusion within the classrooms. She has also contributed to several human resource projects, including developing a competency framework for support staff and being a member of a staff welfare committee.

Rajshree takes great pride in the things she does and ensures that she completes a task after starting it. She is passionate about music and dancing and also plays the drums. She appreciates cultures and learning about them, particularly, when travelling. She also enjoys cycling.