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Work experience

Oct 2008Present

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 2008Jun 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 2006Sep 2006

Assistant Teacher

Chiltern House

  • Assisted teachers in teaching children age 3-6.
  • Organised learning materials.
  • Assisted in dismissal procedures.
Jan 2005May 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 2008Present

Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education and Leadership

Wheelock College
May 2005Feb 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