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Caroline Doyle

Caroline Doyle

Year 3 Class Teacher (3CD)

Caroline graduated with a degree in Psychology from the University of Sterling in 2000. She focused her degree on child development aspects of Psychology, such as Language Acquisition, Play and Learning.

Following graduation, she worked as an assistant to a Developmental Psychologist before completing her PGCE at Manchester Met University. Caroline has been teaching for eighteen years.  Throughout her career, Caroline has taken a keen interest in the psychology of learning and she ensures that all children achieve in her classroom.  In the UK, she worked in two schools with an inclusion base; which specialised in teaching children with autism and Speech and Language or Behaviour challenges.

Caroline has completed several courses on teaching children on with autism spectrum and effective methods of behaviour management. Her experience with children with learning challenges is extensive.

Caroline has taught in Singapore for eight years, previously at St Joseph’s International school, where she was the Language Arts Coordinator and the Character Education Coordinator.  She has a qualification in the Virtues Project, which is a mindfulness framework for children to live by. 

Outside of school, Caroline is kept very busy with her young son, Finlay. Her time is spent reading books to him and splashing around in the pool. Caroline’s brother and his family live in Taiwan and she enjoys spending her holidays visiting them.