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 “It is important to recognise that every child learns in their own unique way. To learn effectively, children often need to have information presented to them in a way that stimulates their learning preference. The learning process for children must also be an engaging one and I have always encouraged children to aspire to try their best at all times, an attainable target for every single child. I love teaching and it has always been a real passion of mine, which I hope comes across to my students. As a teacher, it is my duty and responsibility to be the best role model I possibly can to all of the children I come across. Teaching is a real privilege and there are few if any other professions that can have such a profound and long-lasting effect on people’s lives.”

Ari Guha, Head of Junior School


At Redlands, I feel privileged to belong to a dynamic, nurturing, progressive team of educators. Here, every child is valued, and students are encouraged to take risks in their learning. We focus on creating environments that foster growth mindsets, critical thinking, collaboration and resilience. Students leave Redlands as global citizens, certain to make a difference in the world. I am passionate about my rewarding profession, and I feel fortunate that it affords me the opportunity to interact with the present while impacting the future.

Joanne Robinson, Year 6 Year Coordinator


At Redlands, we encourage and value the diverse, innovative and creative thoughts and learning styles of our students. Being a teacher at Redlands is a privilege. I am grateful to be in a position in which I can encourage, create and design learning opportunities with my colleagues that positively impact the academic, social, and emotional growth and development of our students. Redlands educators are dedicated to creating a learning culture in which students from around the world can connect with friends, take risks and share their voice in all aspects of their education journey. I believe that passionate teachers committed to passionate teaching will inspire passionate learners. 

Hugh Brakell, Year 5 Year Coordinator


It is wonderful to be part of a team that influences young minds. Redlands provides a wealth of experiences that encompasses integrated and differentiated learning for all students. The caring and warm nature of the teachers ensure that a child’s individual needs are met, both academically and emotionally. I love teaching at Redlands because every student is different, every day is different and students come to school eager to learn. Redlands’ culture is nurturing, progressive and in touch with the real world.

Melanie Cleary, Year 4 Year Coordinator


There is something truly exciting and rewarding about teaching at Redlands. To come into the classroom each day knowing that my role isn’t just to teach, but also to learn alongside such a dynamic range of inquiring minds is something quite special. No class discussion is the same as no student is the same and the students at Redlands demonstrate true confidence in sharing their developing thoughts, ideas, interests and discoveries with others. I truly love learning from the inquisitive minds we help foster here. Students are equally excited to be a part of the innovative teaching and learning that goes on here and there is a real buzz of learning in each classroom. Working alongside equally passionate colleagues in an environment that values, supports and fosters learning for deep understanding is a rewarding experience. I have never been more excited about the Redlands journey than I am right now – I am seeing great things each and every day.

Peter Latimer, Year 3 Year Coordinator