“My teaching philosophy is to be consistent in what I expect of my pupils, to be as well prepared as possible so that I can perform my teaching duties well, and to continue to learn as much as I can about my pupils and what I teach.”
“As a teacher, it is my responsibility and my duty to guide my pupils to be self-directed learners, active contributors and strong thinkers. I hope to inspire my pupils with my passion and have strong partnerships with their parents.”
“As shapers of the future, teachers hold the key to unlocking our pupils’ potential, creativity and possibilities. We may not be able to download all that we know to our charges, but we can sprinkle and spark in them the seeds of creativity, and the thirst for knowledge. Teachers can blossom the potential pupils can achieve.”
"I believe in helping my pupils discover and develop their potential. Being a teacher is a lot like a gardener who invests time and effort to create the most favourable conditions for seedlings to grow and bear fruit; similarly, teachers create a safe, supportive and inclusive learning environment for our pupils. We nurture them with skills, knowledge and values, combined with love and patience, to ensure that the seeds we plant today will one day blossom to make a difference and be the difference."
“I believe that every child has unlimited possibilities. As an educator, I hope to facilitate children’s knowledge construction, skill acquisition and metacognitive thinking, allowing them to take ownership of their own learning. I also seek to engage children meaningfully, honing them to become enthusiastic learners who enjoy their educational journey and view learning as a life-long process.”
"Music can enable children to realise truths that cannot be found in books, and help them understand their own emotions better. I hope to develop in my pupils a life-long interest in music while creating wonderful childhood memories about music-making."
“As a educator, I strive to seize every opportunity to create a teachable moment, to help pupils gain knowledge, acquire communication skills and problem-solving skills without killing the joy of learning. Because every child has the potential to succeed.”