Teachers of Cambridge Philippines, Las Piñas Centre
Blue RagudoVice President
Teacher Blue believes that teaching preschool is a “meaningful play” that should primarily aim to develop children’s “love for learning”. This was a calling that she pursued even as a Business Administration graduate. She took up Education units at Philippine Normal University and first taught at Tumble Tots Britain’s International Preschool in Davao City. She has been with Cambridge since 2007, initially as a Toddler Teacher and eventually became the Directress of the Alabang branch for 4 years. Now she is currently managing all the Centres in the South Area and will continue to make it her mission to give every child a great start in life.
Teacher Natalie earned her Bachelor of Elementary Education degree Major in Special Education from St. Scholastica's College, Manila. According to her being a teacher is the utmost and significant thing that happened to her. She felt the bliss of passion in teaching after being a full time SPED teacher for 2 years. Teacher Natalie is now the Directress of Cambridge Las Pinas Centre.
Being a kid at heart is what inspired Teacher Jea to become a preschool teacher. She earned her degree in Bachelor of Elementary Education Major in Early Childhood from Assumption College, Makati in 2010, and became a licensed teacher in the same year. As she works with children in her everyday life, she believes that all children are unique and that they learn best when they are having fun.
Teacher Noelle is a Special Education graduate from St. Scholastica College - Manila. She's been teaching children with special needs and preschool for 3 years now. Aside from teaching, she loves taking care of cats and dogs and enjoys water activities too.
Teacher Clay is a graduate of BS Psychology from St. Paul University – Manila. She was a High School Psychometrician and was also an Outreach Preschool Volunteer. Teacher Clay pursued a career in Education because she feels the epitome of happiness when she works and spends the day with children. She dreams of becoming an author of a book about Special Education and, Early Childhood Education someday.
Teacher Kei got her Bachelor’s degree in Biology at the University of Santo Tomas in 2009 but instead of pursuing Medicine school, she realized that her passions are dancing and teaching kids. She then took her second course, Bachelor in Elementary Education major in Special Education, at the Far Eastern University and became a licensed teacher on May 2017.
Graduated from University of Santo Tomas with a Bachelor's degree in elementary education major in Special education. This is her 4th year in teaching. She is a jolly and flexible person. She loves teaching kids.
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