Our Teachers

Cheryl Del Bel

Teacher Cheryl

Head of school
Working in early years education is a career path that provides great joy and so many rewards. I feel privileged to be part of a school which provides such an enriching and caring environment for young learners to develop, investigate and explore their creativity and imagination. Watching the students and teachers work together in the path of learning and observing the tremendous development each student makes through the course of a school year brings me great pride. It is always a pleasure to come to school at Kidz Village!
Teacher Bianca

Teacher Bianca

Lead Class Teacher
I believe that a classroom should be a safe, caring environment where children are free to speak their mind, blossom and grow. I really love teaching because I am able to interact with children who have different personalities, opinions and ways of thinking. Teaching is a process of learning from your students, colleagues and parents and I can’t wait to start learning!
Nancy Dalasiri Sivilai

Teacher Nancy

Lead Class Teacher
I believe when a child has rich, high quality early childhood experiences with stimulating activities enhancing his or her development, the child wins.
James Pepper

Teacher James

Lead Class Teacher
I have always looked to develop and adapt my teaching approach each year to meet the needs of new students. I enjoy watching how students interact with the world differently and I try and encourage them to recognize that they have a unique perspective on the things they encounter. There are many ways to structure children’s contact with their surroundings and I’m interested in how school rules and routines amongst other things, can be used to create a safe environment for them to explore and investigate. Overall, I like observing and supporting children do a range of things for the first time and watching how these experiences can be remembered and learnt from.

Teacher Megan

Lead Class Teacher
The experiences that children have in their early years can shape and influence them later in life. However, every child learns in different ways and at their own pace. That is why I believe that my role as an early years teacher is to help them explore the world around them, make mistakes and learn from them, express themselves without judgment, and become independent and confident learners. I hope to help the children develop socially, emotionally, physically, and cognitively, in ways that best suit them as individuals. That way, they may continue to use these skills for life-long learning.

Teacher Linnea

Lead Class Teacher
Early years is an exciting time of exploration and discovery where every day is a continuous journey of trial and error, play and development. Together with the children I aim to create a supportive learning community of resilient, curious and compassionate little minds. Establishing the children’s sense of belonging to their peers and environment around them is a key to help them thrive in holistically in their development. As a teacher I am adaptive and creative, promoting inquiry-based learning and an emerging curriculum where the children are encouraged to learn through exploration, within and outside of the classroom, in age appropriate activities.
Famela Ann D. Panibawan

Teacher Famela

Teacher Assistant
I believe, my role as a teacher is to help students make their own story to tell. Let them wonder and you’ll be amazed how curious they are of the things surrounding them.
Atitaya Sangjan

Teacher Neung

Teacher Assistant
The way you see a child is the way you treat them. The way you treat them is what they will become. I very much enjoy being around children and love to be able to teach them. I feel that all children deserve to have the highest quality education that can be provided for them. I believe that teachers can learn from their teaching, and also can be a good example for their students such as being kind, generous, respectful and empathic to children and their parents. I know that I can make a valuable contribution not just to their academic knowledge but to their development as people. I believe in myself that I can teach them to be good people not just in academic areas but also engaged in this process that I will inspire them to do the right thing when no one’s watching, and when everyone is watching.

Teacher Emilou

Teacher Assistant
Teaching is like cooking. To produce good quality food, you need to use good quality ingredients. In education we can compare the ingredients to the teaching method, strategies, and techniques, and the products are the learnings of the students. I believe that teaching can ignite the curiosity, knowledge and wisdom of all students. It is self- fulfilling to witness the change of every child.
Somkid Keamairak (Taew)

Teacher Taew

Teacher Assistant
I am so proud to contribute to children’s development and teach children to learn things which will be useful in their future. I believe that children are ready to learn together.
Rechelou Erine – Batomalaque (Che)

Teacher Che

Teacher Assistant
I believe teaching is more than just a passion. It is imparting a part of you to your students’ lives. It is a great responsibility indeed, but I also believe it is fulfilling and enjoyable. I feel fulfilled and I feel great joy whenever I see my students learning new things.