Work experience

Work experience
Oct 2008 - Present

Assistant Teacher

Enigma Xtraordinary People
  • Worked with children with learning disabilities like dyslexia.
  • Conducted writing workshops
  • Engaged children in project to create a model of the Singapore River Cruise
Mar 2008 - Jun 2008


St. Joseph’s Church Childcare Centre

  • Taught playgroup and Nursery 1 classes (18 mths – 3 years).
  • In charge of marketing for centre’s stall in the Great St. Joseph’s Church Celebration funfair.
Jun 2006 - Sep 2006

Assistant Teacher

Chiltern House

  • Assisted teachers in teaching children age 3-6.
  • Organised learning materials.
  • Assisted in dismissal procedures.
Jan 2005 - May 2005

Assistant Teacher

St. Joseph’s Church Kindergarten/Childcare Centre

  • Assisted teachers in teaching children age 3-6.
  • Organised learning materials.
  • Assisted teachers in Annual Funfair programme.  


Jun 2008 - Present

Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education and Leadership

Wheelock College
May 2005 - Feb 2008

Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Leadership

Ngee Ann Polytechnic


Other training courses attended:

  • Puppetry
  • Art therapy.

Roles played in Ngee Ann Polytechnic’s HMS (School of Humanities) Delegates Team:

  • Ambassador of School of Humanities and Early Childhood Education in Open House, Red Camp, JAE Recruitment Day and Parents’ Forum Day.
  • Emcee for Open House for School of Humanities.
  • Chief Docent in Open House 2007.
  • Organising Leader and Performer for Open House in 2006.

Other achievements:

  • Selected to represent Ngee Ann Polytechnic in Immersion Programme in Osaka, Japan – conducted presentations and talks with students from Osaka University of Foreign Studies.
  • Selected to host students from Waseda Shibuya Senior High School and Osaka University of Foreign Studies, and to attend Japanese Summer Festival and Waseda Shibuya Senior High School Festival.
  • Selected to attend training under Ngee Ann Polytechnic’s Talent Development Programme.

Volunteer Work:

  • KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital’s Play Therapy programme.
  • Swimming Programme for the Society of the Physically Disabled.  


To have a significant career in the early childhood field in Singapore and overseas, as well as to work with children with special needs.



  • Reading
  • Travelling
  • Doing art
  • Learning new foreign languages