Teacher Feature – Miss Rebecca
Briefly describe your journey as a teacher.
This is my sixth year of teaching having qualified from the University of Gloucestershire in 2018 with a BEd degree in Primary Education with Maths specialising in Computing. I worked in a Primary school near my hometown in Kent, England for two years in Year 4. In 2020, I moved to Doha, Qatar to begin my international teaching career. I worked in an all girls British School in both KS1 and KS2. I was here for three years and during this time, I was head of year 2 and became Head of Pastoral.
Why did you decide to specialise in your chosen area?
My specialisation in Primary Education is driven by my passion for working with children, nurtured by my own positive experiences during primary school, and fueled by a desire to make a lasting difference. My own primary education was enriched by dedicated teachers who instilled a love for learning. Their impact inspired me to follow their path. Above all, I want to be a positive force in children’s lives, igniting their curiosity and laying the foundation for a lifelong love of learning.
What makes Nadeen such a unique place to work?
Nadeen is a unique place to work because it’s incredibly welcoming, supportive, and friendly. What sets it apart is its unwavering commitment to being child-centered. We prioritise the needs and development of our students above all else, creating an environment where both educators and children thrive.
How would you describe a typical day at Nadeen?
A typical day at Nadeen starts with huge smiles and ‘good mornings’ from the children. They are eager for what the day will bring. It feels fast-paced with the enjoyment and love for learning, the children are collaborative and keen to share their knowledge.